Suzanne Marie White
Instructor - Adjunct Ann
CECH Education - 0022
Dr. Suzie White serves as an annual adjunct instructor in the School of Education at the University of Cincinnati where she teaches courses on higher education and educational leadership. Suzie completed her Ph.D. at New York University (NYU) in Higher and Postsecondary Education. She earned her master’s degree at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education in Education Policy and Management and her Bachelors in Economics from Wake Forest University. Suzie’s research interests include marginalized students and college access, parent/community engagement, K-16 education policy, institutional racism, equity in education, workforce talent pipelines, and human connection.
Suzie worked in program development at PeerForwad, a non-profit organization with the mission of increasing the college enrollment rate of low-income students. She then was a high school college counselor and teacher at a Cristo Rey school. Most recently she was the Executive Vice President of Leadership Scholars, where she developed and ran the mentoring and parent programs that served over 50 schools, churches, and community centers. She conducts professional development for superintendents, principals, and teachers, and partners with community leaders to improve the education of marginalized students. Suzie sits on the Cincinnati Regional Business Committee’s Education Committee, which provides business leadership in support of high-quality educational opportunities to strengthen the region’s economic competitiveness. She has also served on the planning committee for the College Board Forum.