Brian White, Ed.D. is the superintendent of the Butler Area School District, the 25th largest school district among 501 in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, which supports a student population of 6,777.
Dr. White was previously superintendent of the Chartiers Valley School District, where he was responsible for managing the day to day operation of the district. During his five years as superintendent, Dr. White created and facilitated a comprehensive strategic planning process involving the entire Chartiers Valley community. Using the Strategic Plan as his guide, Dr. White oversaw the development and implementation of all strategic objectives, including a construction and renovation project that impacted every school in the district.
Dr. White began his career with Pittsburgh Public Schools as a teacher, activities director and band/orchestra director at Brashear High School, before becoming an administrative practitioner and then acting assistant principal at Schenley High School. Dr. White then held several positions at the Beaver Area School District, including assistant principal, middle/high school principal and assistant superintendent before becoming the superintendent of the Chartiers Valley School District.
Dr. White holds a bachelor’s degree in music from West Virginia University as well as a master’s degree and doctorate degree in education from the University of Pittsburgh. In 2005, Dr. White was named one of Pittsburgh Magazine’s “40 Under 40.” Dr. White was named as the recipient for the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Education’s 2015 PreK-12 Educator Alumni Award.
Dr. White is a member of the Remake Learning Council.