"Whatever you do, or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it. Begin it now."
— Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
who we are
Clinical Ambassador Health Incorporated is a minority- and woman-owned small business. We specialize in minority patient recruitment communications, addressing disparities and bridging the gaps between industry and underrepresented patient populations. We use transformative content and explore dynamic entry points to advance targeted awareness, offer mutual understanding and broaden participation in clinical trials. Between us, we have more than 30 years in clinical research experience working in industry across academic research, clinical research organizations (CROs), drug sponsors, and marketing for pharma clients. We also have more than a decade of experience as participants in clinical trials.
Led by the core team, Clinical Ambassador deploys a team of local Ambassadors to deliver customized engagement to handle the needs of your study protocol, your patient demographic and your site locations. We also produce our marketing materials and recruitment campaigns in-house, tapping a team of market research pros, graphic designers and copywriters who optimize the texture of your messages and control costs for maximum value— through your eyes and those of our patients! Allison Kalloo, MPH is the founder and CEO of Clinical Ambassador. A graduate of the Madeira School, North Carolina Central University, and Yale School of Public Health, she has held various positions in the private, public, and non-profit sectors in health care and marketing and has achieved distinctions in the field that include the 2018 ACRP Award for Advancing Public Awareness in Clinical Research.
Harry Ball received his baccalaureate degree in mass communications from Old Dominion University and an associate's degree in information technology from Wake Tech. He has amassed more than a decade in project and restaurant management and corporate sales and technology.
Raymond Ezell, RN, received his nursing credentials from North Carolina Central University and has worked in the clinical research industry as a clinical research assistant and clinical monitor for more than two decades and his experience cuts across multiple therapeutic areas.