Raymond White

Raymond WhiteTitle: Chief Executive Officer

Company: The Watson Institute

Location: Sewickley, PA

SEWICKLEY, PA, January 27, 2012, Raymond B. White, Chief Executive Officer of The Watson Institute, has been recognized by Elite American Executives for dedication, achievements and leadership in special education administration.

An expert on financial management and strategic methodology, Mr. White shines in his current capacity, as he is responsible for ensuring the effective operation of educational programs for special needs students. He also facilitates special education for children between the ages of three and 21 who have been diagnosed with cerebral palsy, autism, spectrum disorders, brain injuries, neurological impairments and emotional challenges. With nearly 20 years of professional experience under his belt, Mr. White continuously strives for excellence in his every endeavor. Before serving as CEO of The Watson Institute, Mr. White was Principal and Senior Vice President at Johnson & Higgins. For his commendable efforts, Mr. White was inducted into the Who’s Who in Finance and Industry.

Mr. White’s organization, The Watson Institute, was selected from the western region of Pennsylvania to comprise the Autism Service, Education, Research and Training (ASERT) Center by the Pennsylvania Department of Public Health, which is coordinated by the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. The Watson Institute has a strong history of giving, which began in 1917, when the organization was established by David T. and Margaret Watson. Giving opportunities include planned giving, commemorative giving, giving through United Way, and automated monthly giving; businesses can give through the Educational Improvement Tax Credit program. Donations can be made online, and The Watson Institute welcomes contributors to reach out to their respective human resources departments to discuss donation opportunities.

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