White succeeds Stan Ninemire, who served in the role since 2016. Ninemire will continue to consult with NTCF on investment management and non-cash asset transactions.
As North Texas Community Foundation’s CFO, White will oversee the finance, accounting, information technology and human resources functions. Working closely with the Board of Directors, he will be responsible for reporting program and financial activities and safeguarding the assets of the Foundation.
“We are pleased to welcome Chris as our CFO,” said Rose Bradshaw, president & CEO of North Texas Community Foundation. “Chris brings invaluable expertise and will help maintain the Community Foundation’s legacy of operational excellence and strong fiscal stewardship to support the goals of our donors and their charitable beneficiaries. We are thrilled to have him on board as the Community Foundation enters a new phase of growth.”
White brings 14 years of experience in financial and operations management with a variety of businesses and organizations. His expertise includes accounting, human relations management, securities and project management. White comes to the Community Foundation from Sproles Woodard, where he has served since 2011, most recently as an audit manager.
White is an active Certified Public Accountant and earned his Masters of Public Accounting from the University of Texas Arlington. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Texas Austin.
White is actively involved in the North Texas community. Notably, he served as Board Chair of the North Central Texas Alzheimer’s Association from 2018-2020.
“It’s an exciting time to join the Community Foundation, an organization I have admired for its superior management of charitable funds and investments,” said White. “I look forward to utilizing my experience in leading finance and operations teams to support the Foundation’s vision of creating a better future for individuals and communities across North Texas.”