Click Here To Listen Williamson Business 100 Leading African Americans Dr Jane White

Dr. Jane White is an Health care entrepreneur and a cofounder at Prohealth Rural Health Community Health Center since 1996. Her passion is to educate the community about healthy lifestyles and improve quality of life. During her time at Prohealth, she leads the portable medicine team and travels to most counties in Tennessee.  The Portable medicine team has a partnership with the MCO’s and sets up events for them in collaborations with the Boys and Girls club, Housing Authority Senior Towers, community centers and churches across the state.

While at Prohealth she served as a member of the Health Council in Williamson, Maury, Davidson, Montgomery, Hamilton, Knox and Shelby counties. Dr. White is an appointee to the Health Education Advisory Committee for Amerigroup of Tennessee and The Faith Based Community Advisory Panel for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee. She currently attends parent meetings at the Boys and Girls club and at the Housing Authorities, and she also serves on the board of the Nowicki Research institute for Women and a mentor for tnAchieves for the past five years.

In July 2015, she graduated as a Medical Doctor from Washington University of Health and Science. Previously, she earned a Masters in Healthcare administration and a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry. Also, she served as a PTO board member for Trinity Elementary and Fred J Page High School, a former soccer coach and referee at the Williamson county soccer association both travel and recreational all while raising a family and working full time.