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Former OSU and NFL Football Player; Director of Trazer Technologies Inc. and President of Traq II, LLC
White received his Bachelor of Science in Metallurgical Engineering from the Ohio State University. He served as starting cornerback from 1984 to 1987 and was Team Captain in 1987. He was awarded the Academic All Big Ten and Best Student Athlete/Arnie Chonko Award in 1986 and 1987 and the Dr. St. Pierre Award, Metallurgical Dept. in 1991. He was drafted by the Detroit Lions in 1988 and played professionally for 11 years. He ended his career with the Atlanta Falcons after SUPER BOWL XXXIII, where he led the team with 13 tackles. He has served on the Board of Athletes in Action, the Big Ten Conference Advisory Commission, Johnson C. Smith Theological Seminary and currently the Men’s Varsity “O”.
Since 2001, White has served as a Director of Trazer Technologies Inc., a world leader in the use of computer-based simulation for the improvement of health, physical performance and fitness of everyone. He is also a founding member of Traq II, Ltd, a new fitness center primarily focused on addressing the childhood obesity crisis.
Currently, White is the Director of Community and Corporate Engagement for Ohio State's College of Engineering and Alumni Association.