Gerald L. White
Gerald White entered Michigan Tech in the fall of 1970 after a four year tour in the Air Force as an electronics technician. He completed degrees in electrical engineering and engineering administration in 1973. Following graduation, Jerry worked as a process engineer with Owens-Corning Fiberglas, also completing his MBA. Following a stint with Babcock and Wilcox he joined the Magnetics Division of the Allen-Bradley Company in 1981 as a product manager, becoming Corporate Marketing Manager when TDK of Japan bought the Magnetics Division in 1987. In 1992 Jerry became Vice President for Sales and Marketing for the General Magnetic Company, with promotion to Vice President and General Manager in 1998. In 2001, he became a partner with his wife Mary in White Training and Consulting.
From 2002 Induction to the Department of Electrical Engineering Academy