Executive in Residence
Department of Management
Professor White is a Executive-in-Residence at the Kogod School of Business at American University. He teaches undergraduate courses on introduction to business and entrepreneurship business planning, financial forecast modeling and start-up launch. Professor White also serves as the Co-Director of the AU Entrepreneurship Incubator (www.au-entrepreneurs.com). Professor White is also the Director of AU/Kogod's participation in the annual Venture Capital Investment Competition (www.VCIC.org).
Professor White has been presented the following awards at Kogod: Kogod Undergraduate Professor of the Year (2016), Kogod Faculty Award for Outstanding Service (2015 & 2016), Kogod Dean's Special Award "Moving the Dial" (2015), Ann S. Ferren Curriculum Design Award (2015- joint award)
Professor White is a Co-Founder and former CEO and Director of the Institute for Public-Private Partnerships (IP3), an innovative and industry leading company that provides advisory services and accredited training to key government and private sector officials from emerging market countries on economic growth and public-private partnership strategies. Founded in 1994, IP3 was acquired in 2008 by Tetra Tech, Inc. a $2.0 billion infrastructure services firm. He remained as CEO of the IP3 subsidiary under Tetra Tech until 2010 and served as Director until his departure in early 2013.
Professor White is an engaged early stage investor in the mid-Atlantic region and a member of the New Dominion Angels group. He provides advice to start-up companies and screens business plans of companies seeking early stage financing in the $200,000 - $1,000,000 range. He serves as a business mentor to companies in the 1776 incubator. In this capacity he has worked with over 80 startup companies.
Professor White serves as a Board Member and Treasurer to Together-We-Bake, Inc. a non-profit providing life training and baking skills to women recently released from prison.
MBA in Marketing from the Kogod School of Business, American University (1995)
BA in Economics and History from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1986)
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