Jacqueline Clarke, the founder and CEO of Indiantown Community Outreach, Inc.,
is a lifelong resident of Indiantown. Mrs. Clarke has a vision and desire to help poor and disenfranchised minorities community.
Her grandfather was a migrant farm worker who brought the family from Georgia to Florida in 1960. He became a contractor for a cabbage farm, and sought to give respect and dignity to his migrant farm-working employees in their time working the family farm. He provided transportation, and his wife cooked the meals that the family distributed through their sandwich wagon.
The Clarke family carried on the tradition of community support. Mrs. Clarke has worked for many years with the Florida Department of Health in Martin County. She launched ICOR initially as a part-time venture to assist Indiantown’s youth. In recent years, she has added new programs to reach out to the diverse array of arriving residents.
A Board of 9 directors oversees all of ICOR’s efforts, and guides its mission. ICOR is now positioned to begin a series of year-round programs for the community.
ICOR Board of Directors
President- Sonia Macavoy
Secretary- Pandora Parks
Treasure- Lorraine Moore
Director- Robert Adderly
Director- Mathew Karlam
Director- Veverly Gary Hamilton
Director- Jane Nussrallar
Director- Angelina Perez
Director- Nicole Rymer
Indiantown Community Outreach, Inc.
"Working to Provide Preventative Health Education in our Community"