Eloho is a full-time equity and education research intern with the Dr. Gilles Arcand Center for Health Equity whose research is centered around medical education. Her previous work has focused on equity and the empowerment of women. Eloho is passionate about researching rural healthcare especially around women's health and impacting knowledge as a trained teacher. Eloho completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Benin, Edo State Nigeria (Social-Studies Education), a Master degree from Ekiti State University Nigeria (Social-Studies Education) and is currently a PhD candidate in the Department of Rural and Northern Health at Laurentian University researching women's right to reproductive health using women of northern Nigerian extraction as her case study. She was born and raised in Nigeria but is currently living in Sudbury, Ontario. She is married with two children. Eloho loves spending time indoors with her family and cooking.