CorpCare is dedicated to assessing, diagnosing & supporting the implementation of CSR strategies for measured impact in the Jamaican private sector. We do this by providing strategic planning and project management expertise in the field of CSR. We are also equipped to manage PR and branding associated with CSR, as well as, developing technologies such as payment portals that support the allocation of CSR funding within organizations.

Who We Are

The CorpCare team is made up of highly professional and qualified young people dedicated to equipping private sector organisations with the tools to thrive and create meaningful social impact. As the workforce of the future, we work to build companies of the future, all while putting people first.

Ali Matalon
Managing Director

Our Managing Director, Ali Matalon, holds a Masters in Public Administration from Columbia University with expertise in Urban and Social Policy. Her passion for human-centered design and policy was nurtured during her time at Northeastern University’s Social Enterprise Institute and later as an advocacy support specialist with the United Nations High-Level Panel on Women’s Economic Empowerment...

Jomarie Malcolm
Communications Director

Our Communications Director, Jomarie Malcolm, is both a branding expert, with over 10 years of experience, as well as an attorney-at-law. Jomarie serves as the Founder and CEO of Malcolm Mavericks, a brand strategy and PR firm dedicated to effective communication and authentic branding...

Kemesha Swaby
Research Director

Our Research Director, Kemesha Swaby, holds a MBA in Social Policy, with expertise in Comparative Analysis, Global Policy and Impact Assessment. Kemesha serves as a Lecturer of International Relations at the University of the West Indies, as a Co-Host on Nationwide Radio, a Consultant and Researcher to several private and public sector organisations in Jamaica and the Caribbean...

Dominic Summers
Technical Consultant

Our Technical Consultant, Dominic Summers, is a software engineer by trade and a creative by design. Dominic is the CEO of Khord.Co, a software design company focused on providing businesses with solutions for a variety of business needs from customer-facing software such as websites and apps to improving internal company workflows with custom automations...

Leah Goldson
Research Assistant

One of our talented Research Assistants, Leah, is a recent graduate of American University. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and hopes to pursue a degree in legal studies in the near future. Leah works with the CorpCare team on defining key metrics which assess companies’ compliance with CSR best practices...

How we define CSR

At CorpCare, we believe that Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a primary characteristic of strong Corporate Citizenship. CSR requires that companies consider not just the profits they earn, but the impact they have on their communities, as a part of their business priorities.

The CorpCare CSR model follows the key tenets of a Triple Bottom Line (TBL or 3BL) business or accounting framework. In fact, the TBL can be used to better understand a company’s commitment to CSR activities.

The 3 P's of the TBL



A traditional measure of success.



A socially-focused measure of success.

The Planet

The Planet

A measure of success that analyses environmental and community impact over time.

How Does CSR benefit businesses?

  • Increased brand recognition
  • Positive brand association
  • Greater employee satisfaction and lower turnover rates
  • More committed staff
  • Attracting millennial and highly educated talent
  • The access to testing innovative solutions to real social problems which may in the long run become significant business opportunities
  • A more efficient and reliable supply chain based on positive relationships

Why should you work with us?

CorpCare provides companies with high-quality strategic planning and project management services akin to any consulting firm but every dollar spent with CorpCare is an investment in Jamaica’s social, economic and political development. We align our client company’s goals with the appropriate global development goals. We focus on Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) and low-cost high-impact poverty alleviation technologies to ensure every stakeholder has access to the best possible resources and the ability to use them in achieving collective goals. Our model is founded on human-centered design principles and the radical notion that triple-bottom-line businesses (profits, people and the planet) are the most successful.

Our Clients

At CorpCare, we work to understand our clients’ specific challenges and strategize the most effective solutions. Our clients vary in industry, services and product offerings but unite under a common understanding that Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a cornerstone of doing business effectively in the 21st century.

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We’re creating a future of work founded on the power of business as a transformative tool in creating equity, social justice and increasing economic and political development. Contact the CorpCare team to understand how your organization can become a leader in the world of social business.

Our Partners

The work we do at CorpCare is founded on strong partnerships and the belief that when we work together, we can deliver the most innovative, creative and impactful services. Through our partnerships we’re fully equipped to deliver: High level CSR strategies, Project Management expertise, PR and Communications tools to increase brand equity and positive brand association, and Tech Solutions for system management, monitoring and evaluation.
We know that our work is dependent on the work of others; that our communities need us to focus less on competition and more on connection in order to create a more just and equitable world

More recently, we have joined forces with Jamaican’s for Justice, a non-profit organization dedicated to eradicating injustice through legal services and Human Rights education, to help private sector organisations in Jamaica better understand their role in creating safe and discrimination-free work environments. We know that our work is dependent on the work of others; that our communities need us to focus less on competition and more on connection in order to create a more just and equitable world.

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