Steve White Biography & Presentation

Steve White began his career as an educational consultant, lecturer and trainer in 1990. The focus of his work is the positive development of the Blackfamily. Since 1990, Steve has worked with numerous public, private and charter schools throughout South Florida and beyond. He also has done extensive work with colleges and universities as well as juvenile and adult prisons. Steve’s prison re-entry program has helped to prepare many male inmates for successful reentry into society as productive husbands, fathers and business owners. Many South Florida municipalities as well as churches, community and social service organizations have called on Steve to work with parents and youth in their respective cities and organizations.

In 2018 Steve was named one of South Florida’s Top Black Educators by Legacy Magazine.
Steve has also been honored by many other entities including the Tom Joyner Foundation, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity and he is proud to have received the Key to the City from Riviera Beach, the city where he was born and raised and presently resides. However, Steve’s greatest reward is not the recognition he’s received,instead it is knowing that his work has made a positive difference in the lives of the people he has served and that he’s using his gifts and talents for the purpose that they were given. In addition to his work as an educator, Steve has built a full-service communications company, Protective Hands Communications which offers book publishing and communication services. Steve has helped many fulfill their dream of becoming a published author.

Helping Black Children Reach Their Full Potential: The 7 Keys to Developing the Genius 
Helping Black Children Reach Their Full Potential is a life changing workshop presentation designed especially for educators, parents and all who are genuinely concerned about the positive development of Black children. In this presentation, the attendees will receive practical information they can immediately put to use in their classroom or home to develop the genius potential lying dormant in black children.

The School District of Palm Beach County