Okay, so two things:
1) Make sure you actually HAVE an item in your list where the Team_Lead AND the Created By are equal to the name you are putting in the text box.
2) If the above is true, then ctrl-x your dropdown and then ctrl-z it back onto your screen. Sometimes dropdowns get confused when you alter their items list and the easy fix is to remove and add it back with the cut, undo method. That will reinitialize the control.
I check and did both the steps even I removed the Dropdown completed and then again a fresh dropdown list is taken and inserted the formula again. But unfortunately, it is not showing ant value.
So, stepping back from the formula for a moment, there really appears to be a logic issue here.
Currently your formula is showing you the Distinct Team Leads of a filtered list that is based on the Team Lead in the text box.
SO - your result (if you had one) would only be the name that is in the text box.
I believe what you might be looking for is a filtered list of unique Team Leads where the Created By is the person in the text box.
If so, then change your formula to this:
Distinct( Filter(ProcessKnowledgeTest, 'Created By'.DisplayName=ddAuditor.Text ), Team_Lead )
Also, since you are doing a direct compare of the Display Name to the text entered - make sure you have the Exact display name in the text. Upper and lower case will count!
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