Lutho is a multi-talented and artistic humanitarian who is consistently growing in that aspect. In her first year at the African leadership Academy, she has modelled professionalism by serving the ALA community as an ACN Peer Coach, where she guided her peers and some Alumni through their professional development journeys. Lutho has served as a Residential Assistant, where she helps her peers have a good experience in the academy's dorms as well as serving as a liaison between the residential life department and her fellow students. She has successfully created a joyful and warm “home away from home” for 22 girls and other “adopted” girls from other halls, serving them not only as an RA but as a mentor.
Lutho has exhibited her talent for storytelling and Music in the academy through participating in Alapella the school choir and successfully emerging as the assistant student director for the choir, assisting with introducing new songs, song dynamics and performances. Lutho’s storytelling journey in the Academy has been a delight for many, as she and her friend have a taken a different path to this by performing conscious drama, speaking to the stories of black women across the world and challenging the negative narratives around women in society. Lutho has acted in other student- directed plays, acting as a motherly figure and “Mama Africa”, she also featured in the MAU (Model African Union) Cultural Night 2017 play.