Eva Mack, Health Educator and Community Leader (1915–1998) Eva Mack arrived in West Palm Beach in 1948 to work as a public health nurse. She was the first health specialist for Palm Beach County School Board and founded the Sickle Cell Disease Foundation of Palm Beach County in 1979. Elected mayor of the City of West Palm Beach in 1982, she was the first African American to hold that office.
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Eva Mack, Health Educator and Community Leader

(1915–1998)

Eva Mack arrived in West Palm Beach in 1948 to work as a public health nurse. She was the first health specialist for Palm Beach County School Board and founded the Sickle Cell Disease Foundation of Palm Beach County in 1979. Elected mayor of the City of West Palm Beach in 1982, she was the first African American to hold that office.    

 


 


 



 

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