Antoinette Belton, MS
Founder/Director of Clinical Operations

Born in Beaufort, SC, Antoinette graduated with a Business degree in Regional Economic Development from Georgia Southern University in 2007 and a Master of Clinical Research Administration from Walden University in 2013. Mrs. Belton made the decision in 2013 to develop her own medical research company because she wanted to create a solution to a huge challenge within our community— racial and ethnic minorities underrepresentation in clinical trials primarily due to lack of access, as well as lack of trust. Mrs. Belton enjoys all things medicine and economic development, along with traveling, reading, and spending time with her husband and four kids.


Tyrone Belton, BS
Office Manager

Born and raised in Harlem, NY, Mr. Belton graduated from Benedict College in 2003 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Therapeutic Recreation. Tyrone has worked in the field of Mental Health/Substance Abuse for thirteen years before making the transition into medical research. Mr. Belton enjoys making a difference and offering no cost services to the community. His hobbies are sports and spending time with his family.


Shamera Jackson, BS
Patient Care Coordinator

Born and raised in Kershaw, SC. In 2016, Shamera graduated from the University of South Carolina with a Bachelor of Science in Public Health. She currently holds the position of Clinovacare’s Patient Care Coordinator. Her passion has always been to help those in need by connecting them to proper resources to restore overall health, and combat diseases and disorders. Her hobbies include Makeup Application, Completing DIY Projects, and Canvas painting. Her love for clinical research continues to expand through her contributions of improving the quality of pharmaceutical products and clinical technology that are saving lives, and increasing overall health and wellness.


Meet Georgia Taylor, BA
Clinical Regulatory Specialist

Born and raised in Easley, SC, Georgia earned her Bachelor of Arts in General Studies with a Clinical Biology concentration from North Greenville University. Following graduation, she decided to pursue a career that included her passions: clinical research and medicine. She has always hoped to contribute to the advancement of medicine and increase participation within her own community. She now serves as the Regulatory Specialist at Clinovacare Medical Research Center where she believes that she can bring her passions to life. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, fishing, and baking delicious desserts.