Community Caring Center of Palm Beach County, Inc. 

   "Creating A Healthier Community" Initiative    

Meet the Staff 
Get to know the CCC team 

Sherry Johnson 

Chief Executive Officer

Sherry attended Western Michigan University & taught Jr. HS Math before moving to Florida. As a loan office with Bank of America, she studied accounting & cash management at Broward College before becoming a State Certified Building Contractor. She served as an In-fill Housing Specialist to Habitat for Humanity, Local Initiatives Support Corporation, The Center for Technology & Economic Development, and also as a Property Acquisition Specialist for imminent domain acquisitions for the Delray Beach CRA, WPB Housing Authority, and the City of Oakland Park. She studied in Washington DC with the Kellogg Foundation for Leadership Development for Non-profit CDC. She considers her greatest accomplishments to be 1) JAMA publication on the statistical analysis for a treatment for Lou Gehrig's Disease for a local Boca Raton laboratory; 2) wrote & published the McGhee concept on the comprehensive approach to community revitalization studied at the University in Nigeria, which 3) captured the vision of the United Nations obtaining accreditation to attend Habitat II. This concept was presented at the 2nd National Conference on Urban Issues, Buffalo, NY, the 13th Annual Pan-African Conference, the Miami Forum at the MLK Center, FIU’s 2nd National Conference on Urban Issues, and the United Nations "Habitat II, 2nd Conference on Human Settlements" in Istanbul, June 1996. 4) She walked with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in the 1960's and was recently honored by the MLK, Jr. Committee for her work at the CCC where she has dedicated herself for the last 20. 

Michelle Davis-White 

Senior Caregiving Coordinator 

Michelle is a graduate of Bethune Cookman University in History/Pre-Law. She taught in the PBC School District 6 & 7th grade Social Studies/ Geography. She is a member of Greater St. Paul AME and a member of Boynton Beach Democratic Club, a member of League of Women Voter's for PBC to assist women to restore their voting rights.  Michelle has been with the CCC since 2010. She provides case management for Senior VeggieMobile Program consisting of 262 frail and elderly in the "Heart of Boynton" helping them to "Age In Place." Her program addresses health issues both physical & mental regarding isolationism, nutrition education for chronic diseases & wellness maintenance, other social services, as well as providing fresh produce and hot meals on a weekly basis.  Michelle is very active within the community. In her spare time she is on the Board of the County Community Action Agency and is a Zone leader for the Democratic Club of Palm Beach County. 

Steven Frank Jones, CEC

Chronic Meal Plan Chef 

Originally from Michigan, Steve is a graduate from New York's Culinary Institute of America. Owner and operator of a personal chef service in South Florida. I have been built clientele and obtained my goal of a successful personal chef business and high-end catering operation. Exclusively the chef for 10 Miami Dolphin players and coaches during the 2014 and 2015 seasons. He has served as executive chef for PARKLAND GOLF and COUNTRY CLUB and LOST TREE CLUB, North Palm Beach, FL responsible for high volume catering and required to keep all costs and quality standards in order.

Eduardo Percival

Senior Meals Chef and our Food-Prep Educator for the Entrepreneur Incubator 

Eduardo works with the senior meals as part of his personal business but before coming here, he was trained in New York and was the Executive Sous Chef for The Bridges Hotel and Wyndham Deerfield Beach Resort. With over 25 years of experience from major hotels, resorts and restaurants he brings care and experience to every meal he makes and student he teaches. 

Rachel B. Waterman 

Senior Development Consultant- Global Development Solutions 

Rachel holds a MA in Community & Economic Development from Illinois State University. Her BA is in International Studies from Barry University where she was the top graduate in her major field of study; and also has a minor in Spanish Interpretation and Translation. While in graduate school, Ms. Waterman won several research awards including a grant from the Illinois State Governor’s office for her groundbreaking ethnographic research within the Latino community of Central Illinois. Her research was later utilized by the US Department of Justice as their baseline indicator for the Federal State of Affairs Social Justice State by State Report.  Her work has encompassed a broad spectrum within various aspects of community and economic development. She has worked as a non-profit Executive Director, a researcher, a consultant, a grant writer, a trainer, as a Senior Planner with Palm Beach County’s Office of Community Revitalization, and as Mayor of the City of Lake Worth, FL.

Rachel has been a presenter at many state national and international conferences including the Florida Festivals and Events association, the Florida State Association of Code Enforcement Officers, Neighborworks America, the International Women in Development Conference, North Atlantic Training Institute for Sexuality Health Educators (NATISHE), Smart Growth Network, and the Quad Cities Health and Human Services Association. Ms. Waterman who is fluent in both Spanish and Portuguese has long been an advocate for empowering residents and agency staff to become active participants and leaders in the development, economic and otherwise, of their own communities.

Willie Drayton 

Senior Veggie Mobile "Honey Do" Team Member 

Willie has been a member of the "Honey Do" team for over five years helping seniors the heart of Boynton. 

Don Gofery 

Senior Veggie Mobile "Honey Do" Team Member 

Working for the CCC is Don’s second career, before he worked for Boynton Beach City and the School Board. He really loved his time with both. For a lot of the same reasons as he enjoys his work with the seniors. He loves that his work is all about being with people. It is really sad to see how so many people are living in this day and age. Like there are so many people that are on a walker but there is no one watching over them. Some have been through some real suffering. Some have it better off than others but he is all about loving the seniors and doing all he can. 

Corrine Odom

Food Pantry Coordinator 

Corene Nolan is a member of St. Paul Amy Church and has been at the Community Caring Center volunteering since 2011 as the food pantry coordinator. She retired in 2009 from 34 years in the medical field, she took a year off to retire and enjoy herself but came here to do what she feels is God's work. 

Patrick Winfred 

Senior Veggie Mobile "Honey Do" Team Member

Patrick has been working with the CCC for 15 years in a variety of ways. Currently he is working as a "honey do" team member delivering healthy meals and veggies around Palm Beach County. Previously he worked to get the urban garden started and keeping the office and cafe property maintained, helped to set up the Secret Garden Cafe. He as also worked in volunteer coordination and has helped regularly with the mass food distribution on a monthly basis. He is born and raised in Palm Beach County and in his spare time he loves to fish. 

Drea Luce

Development Assistant  

Drea will be working with the CCC for one year as part of her master's in Applied Community and Economic Development. She is originally from Albuquerque and went to the University of New Mexico for Philosophy before working as an AmeriCorps member in New Jersey working with a start up volunteer tourism nonprofit and a Peace Corps volunteer in Timor-Leste in a rural village working in community development. After her master's is completed she has plans to return back to Timor. 

Miriam Sulfaro

Senior Care Kings Point Team Coordinator 

Miriam has been a caretaker her whole life. Having had a successful facial massage business, she was able to bring a lot of experience to her role as the Kings Point team coordinator. 


“It is all about helping their physical and emotional needs as well as their psychological and it has been really rewarding to hear some of the responses from her seniors.”


Many of them are so sick they can’t take care of themselves. Every week she checks in on them by calling to see how they are doing, very often they will talk to her about their medical or financial issues and she is able to refer them to other nonprofits or other CCC programs, may it be the rental assistance or getting a box of food from the pantry.



Robinson Du Velsaint 

Case Manager 

Robinson is coming to us after being a program manager and case manager with the Urban League for three years where he would change the situation for at risk youth. Before that he was a client service specialist for the Palm Beach Workforce Development Consortium. His background fits perfectly with the growth the organization is experiencing.