Bertha-Bella Agoha is a Public Health graduate from Madonna University with a certification in the second class upper-division.
Her experience spans from her six (6) years as an undergraduate where she led and concluded several projects including a research on ''The knowledge of Health implications of Child Labor among Parents'', she also led a one-week reach out campaign on neighborhood health and safety among Elele residents of Rivers State, she has participated in several health care center conferences in Rivers State as well as at Rivers State Waste Management Agency( RIWAMA) where talks on the waste process and cycle as it pertains to health were given.
While in school, she was secretary of the media and publication group for two (2) years, where news and reviews on selected topics were collated and communicated to the school on a regular basis.
As an undergraduate, she interned at the Lagos State Port-health services; Airport, Seaport and Seme Border, during the Ebola crisis, where her team created awareness and ensured the prevention and eradication of Ebola.
She has a keen interest in research and an ardent zeal to improve the health status of the African people.
She has a passion for writing and has written over 30 articles and poems combined.