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State government official

Jacqueline Clarke Walker, American state government official. Member of National Association Ombudsman/Advisory (director since 1978), Northeastern Gerontological Society, American Gerontological Association, National Caucus of Black Aged 1976-1980, League of Women Voters (chapter president 1961-1963).

Background

Walker, Jacqueline Clarke was born on May 7, 1926 in Summit, New Jersey, United States. Daughter of Allen Hillyer and Evelyn (Cook) Clarke.

Education

Registered Nurse, Buffalo Children's Hospital, 1951. Bachelor, University Connecticut, 1972. Master of Social Work, University Connecticut, 0175.

Career

Pediatrics nurse Buffalo Children's Hospital, 1951—1952. Charge nurse local nursing home, 1973—1975. State ombudsman Connecticut Department Aging, Hartford, since 1975.

Consultant Greater Hartford Process Community Life Association, 1975. Founder, president Glastonbury Human Rights Council, 1968. Member Glastonbury Citizens Advisory Council, 1964, Glastonbury Charter Revision Comn., 1965.

Membership

Member of National Association Ombudsman/Advisory (director since 1978), Northeastern Gerontological Society, American Gerontological Association, National Caucus of Black Aged 1976-1980, League of Women Voters (chapter president 1961-1963).

Connections

Married James Walker, December 29, 1951 (divorced). Children: Michael Clarke, John Howland, Naomi Silliman.

father:
Allen Hillyer Clarke

mother:
Evelyn (Cook) Clarke

spouse:
James Walker

children:
Michael Clarke Walker

John Howland Walker

Naomi Silliman Walker