Doug White has served five outstanding academic and healthcare institutions during a 30+ year philanthropy career. A native of Springfield, Missouri and graduate of the University of Tulsa, Doug’s philanthropy career began in 1989 at UCLA’s John E. Anderson Graduate School of Management. Next came a move to Texas to join TCU from 1993 to 1997. From there, Doug was recruited to Chapel Hill, North Carolina, where he served as Associate Dean for External Affairs at UNC-Chapel Hill’s School of Public Health. The road then led back to Texas, where Doug joined the Texas Health Harris Methodist Foundation for a 14-year tenure, followed by service to the UNT Health Science Center and the UNTHSC Health Foundation. Beginning in January, Doug will serve as the Senior Director of Leadership Giving for the TCU and the UNTHSC School of Medicine. In addition to his professional responsibilities, White has served the community as a board member and past president of the Rotary Club of Fort Worth, board member and chair of the Carter BloodCare Foundation, and board member of the Bobby Bragan Youth Foundation and Camp Fire First Texas.