Jeremiah J. White, Jr.
Jeremiah J. White, Jr. is the president and CEO of White & Associates, a strategic consulting firm dedicated to helping small to midsized organizations and companies manage and grow their business. By providing C-suite level experience, his firm helps organizations tackle planning and implementation challenges while uncovering hidden opportunities in the marketplace. Jeremiah has over 30 years experience as a business and social entrepreneur engaged in real estate and small business, community and economic development, education, health and human services and community engagement. The Associates bring a wide range of experience in all aspects of organization, business, finance, community development and civic engagement.
White’s dynamic interactive style, entrepreneurial determination, and strategic leadership led him to launch several key local organizations and businesses in the areas of microfinance, marketing and communications, and community development which resulted in a number of business and community success stories in the Greater Philadelphia region in tourism, bioscience, and health care. In his role as co-founder and former chairman of Osiris Group, a multi-award winning marketing and business strategy firm, he worked with top tier organizations such as the University City Science Center, BioAdvance, GPTMC, Philadelphia Zoo, Cephalon, GPHA, and St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children. He is the co-founder of iPraxis, a nonprofit organization focused on improving science education for underserved students, increasing the participation of minorities in the business of science, and guaranteeing that scientific breakthroughs benefit everyone. He has written articles and made presentations on microfinance, marketing and communications, and cultural competency. Jeremiah is active in numerous nonprofit organizations including trustee and chair of the business affairs committee of Community College of Philadelphia, board member and treasurer of I-LEAD, board member of Community Capital Works, chairman of iPraxis and board member and vice president of Glaucoma Service Foundation at Wills Eye Hospital and Thomas Jefferson.