Orlando T White

Orlando T. White - 16 Years of Student Affairs Experience

A graduate of Colorado State University-Pueblo, Orlando T. White holds a bachelor of science in mass communication. As an undergraduate, he served as a writer/producer on the Rocky Mountain PBS station’s Homework Hotline television program, writing quiz questions and designing graphics for the daily show. Orlando T. White subsequently earned a master of public administration from the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs.

In 2012 Mr. White joined the University of Nevada, Las Vegas as a residential life coordinator. In this capacity, he provided on-call student support and crisis response, in addition to training student staff members. From 2014 to 2020, he served as assistant director of residential education, helping increase enrollment of underrepresented groups in student staff programs. In 2016 Mr. White earned recognition as Kenrick Ali Advisor of the Year in the Pacific Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls.

Since 2020, Orlando T. White has served as associate dean at Stanford University, where he oversees experiential and educational learning for students. A member of the Residential Education Leadership Team, he helps recruit, select, and train staff for undergraduate residential communities across 8 different neighborhoods on campus.

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Palo Alto, CA US