Sheila White-Daniels, Ed.D. has over 27 years of dedicated service to community colleges supporting student success. She served as Dean of counseling and International Students at De Anza College in California, Interim Chief of Staff at Baltimore City Community College in Maryland, and Director of Matriculation and School Relations, and faculty member, at Yuba College, also in California. Dr. White-Daniels also served several years in the United States government, in Washington, DC, with a focus on legislation and policies.

Throughout her career, Dr. White-Daniels was active in many professional organizations including board member and officer of the National Council on Black American Affairs (NCBAA), President of the Western Region Council on Black American Affairs (WRCBAA), and member of the Haiti Community College and Development Partnership (HCCDP).

Dr. White-Daniels earned her Ed.D. In Higher Education Leadership and Organization from the University of the Pacific, California, MBA and BA in Management from Golden Gate University, also in California, and an AA in Management from Prince George’s Community College in Maryland. She also completed various community college leadership institutes to include the National Institute for Leadership Development, the Association of California Community College Administrators, and the NCBAA Leadership Development Institute for African American Midlevel Administrators.