Why I Support the Community Foundation
Tammy Jackson-Moore’s vast professional experiences include positions in the not-for-profit arena, state government, and municipal administrations. She is a dynamic and impactful consultant skilled in community organizing and developing short- and long-term goals in businesses and communities, including planning, economic development, budgeting, and community development. She believes that everyone should take an active role in the look and feel of their communities, and she works to develop collaborative partnerships to address the myriad of challenges facing underserved communities. In 2008, Ms. Jackson-Moore founded Tammy’s Closet, which helps people seeking to enter the workforce by providing them with free professional attire to attend job interviews. She is the co-founder of Guardians of the Glades. This organization advocates for residents and businesses in the Tri-Cities (Belle Glade, Pahokee, South Bay, and unincorporated western Palm Beach County). The mother of four adult daughters, and the grandmother of seven, she dedicates a large majority of her time to working to better the lives of the many people she encounters.
Ms. Jackson-Moore holds a bachelor’s in public administration with a concentration in business management from Barry University in Miami Shores.
- Ms. Jackson-Moore serves on the board of Community Partners of South Florida, is secretary of the Lake Okeechobee Regional Economic Alliance of Palm Beach County, a member of the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Advisory Committee, a Health Care District of Palm Beach County Commissioner, and the past chairperson of the Palm Beach County Advisory Commission on Women
- Legacy Magazine named her as one of South Florida’s Most Powerful Black Leaders in Business and Industry in 2020
- Originally from Jacksonville, she resides in Belle Glade, Florida, and is a member of the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., Iota Omicron Zeta Chapter, serving as the state’s social action co-coordinator