Building a Bridge Between:
Education, Science, Industry and Government
The State of Michigan continues to transform from a traditional manufacturing economy to a knowledge-based economy. Higher education is a critical piece of this transformation. The University of Michigan must continue to build a bridge between education, science, industry, and government. As a member of the Board of Regents my focus is on facilitating productive partnerships fostering innovation and entrepreneurship. Your contribution to my re-election campaign will help me continue to support quality affordable higher education for the people of the State of Michigan.
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Kathy White is a Leader with a Proven History of Results
Kathy White began her service on the University of Michigan Board of Regents in 1999. Since then, she has helped lead the university through challenging times. During these years, state appropriations have generally decreased, putting great pressure on the price of tuition. Following her conviction that quality of education should not be jeopardized, but energized and enhanced; her leadership has protected accessibility to outstanding higher education for the people of the State of Michigan.
With a diverse and powerful resume, Kathy White has the vision and leadership skills necessary to lead the University of Michigan through these challenging times. Kathy White’s experience as a Professor of Law, a registered patent attorney, an electrical engineer, and a Lt. Colonel in the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General Corps is unparalleled. She has also been honored with being named both a Fulbright Senior Scholar and a White House Fellow. She is uniquely qualified to guide large organizations with a powerful blend of strategic vision and tactical skill.