Former Housemate Salone star Mohamed Alie Jalloh, popularly known as Makadunka, has added another remarkable achievement to his already impressive resume.
The Founder and Executive Director of the Life Of a Baller Foundation and CEO of LOB Clothing has officially been appointed as a Health Ambassador for NHS England.
Expressing his gratitude and excitement, Jalloh shared his feelings about this prestigious role. As a Health Ambassador, his primary responsibility will be to support the NHS in promoting a wide range of healthcare careers to students in schools and colleges through outreach programs. With his background as a motivational leader and coach, particularly in helping young people and the black community through sports and mindset change, Jalloh is well-equipped to inspire and guide aspiring healthcare professionals.
Jalloh extended his sincere appreciation to the NHS and Kings College Hospital, the trust he is affiliated with, for providing him with this invaluable opportunity to contribute and share his experiences. By leveraging his platform and expertise, he aims to make a positive impact in the lives of others, especially in Sierra Leone, his home country.
The appointment of Mohamed Alie Jalloh as a Health Ambassador highlights the NHS’s commitment to diversity and inclusion. Jalloh’s unique background and passion for empowering young individuals align perfectly with the NHS’s vision of encouraging a diverse workforce and promoting healthcare careers among underrepresented communities.
Through his various initiatives and roles, Jalloh has consistently demonstrated his dedication to uplifting others and effecting positive change. As the CEO of LOB Clothing, he has successfully combined his entrepreneurial spirit with his commitment to giving back to the community. Additionally, his Life Of a Baller Foundation has become a platform for mentoring and supporting young individuals in reaching their full potential.