Dr Lillian Cingo is a South-African British professional nurse, counselling psychologist and honorary doctor.

For the last 8 years, she has been mentoring and fundraising for various HIV charities and NGO's in South Africa. Prior to this, Dr Lillian was the Manager of the Transet Phelophepha Health-Care Train - a train that takes primary health-care and counselling services to rural South African communities - for over a decade. 

Dr Lillian holds Honorary Doctorates from the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (South Africa), the Tavistock Centre (United Kingdom), the University of East London (United Kingdom), the University of Willemett (USA) and Rhodes University (South Africa). Dr Lilian also holds a Public Service Award from Liberal Caucus Queens Park (Canada) and a Doctorate of Social Science from the University of Cape Town (South Africa). 

Over her career, Dr Lillian Cingo has won over 30 professional awards, including The Golden Key from the International Honour Society and being presented to the Queen as Best Neurological Nurse Specialist in 1975. Most recently, Dr Lillian was chosen as one of South Africa's 21 icons alongside Nelson Mandela and Bishop Desmond Tutu.