Ju'Coby Pittman, CEO
Ju'Coby Pittman continues the legacy of Eartha White by being a nonprofit leader in Jacksonville and innovator in human services and anti-poverty advocacy. Community engagement has kept her at the forefront of Jacksonville’s progress to develop programs that promote economic growth and neighborhood revitalization.
She is the visionary behind the Clara White Missions's veteran services, vocational training program, job placement, programs and affordable housing programs.
Pittman has been working to improve Jacksonville for over 30 years. She was featured on the “Today Show” for developing innovative training programs like the CWM Culinary Arts, Janitorial-Construction Clean-Up, Electrical and Environmental Safety & Agriculture Safety Training through NCCER.
Pittman and her team have developed the White Harvest Farms an initiative of the Clara White Mission, to serve families living in food desert communities.