Eva Jackson

Eva Jackson, a native of Aiken, is a graduate from University of South Carolina-Aiken with a Bachelor's in Sociology and concentration in Human Services. Mrs. Jackson has worked with children at Helping Hands, physically and mentally disabled adults with Tri-Development Center and is currently the Resident Service Coordinator at the Croft House in Aiken, South Carolina, serving both elderly and disabled residents since 2012 managed by NHE, Inc.

Through her professional circle, she has served on various committees with the Aiken Chamber of Commerce's Aiken young professionals, Aiken Community Service Network, and the Aiken Church of Christ Family Resources and Support Ministry. Mrs. Jackson is a member of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the South Carolina Chapter of Service Coordinators and the American Association of Service Coordinators.

Contact

The Center of African American History, Art, and Culture
Resident Services Coordination, Tri-Development Center