Juston White joined the Kansas Health Foundation in 2023 and currently serves as a Community Impact Officer.
In this role, White works specifically with KHF’s Building Power and Equity Initiative, helping to coach and develop grantees for the purpose of greater health and social impact.
White comes to KHF with extensive experience in both the nonprofit and private sectors. Recently, he served as executive director for KVC Hospital, a 54-bed children’s psychiatric hospital located in Wichita. He also served as executive director for the Boys & Girls Club of South Central Kansas and as campus director for Youthville in Dodge City, Kan.
During his career, White has received numerous awards and honors for his leadership and volunteer work. These include the Wichita Business Journal’s “40 Under 40” and Excellence in Mental Health awards, USD 259 Good Apple Award, NAACP Community Organization of the Year Award, Honorary Commander recognition at McConnell Air Force Base, and a 40 Under 40 Alumni Award from Winston-Salem State University. He was also selected to participate in Leadership Dodge, Advance Kansas and the 2018 Advocacy Fellowship Class.
With a strong desire to give back to his community, White has often served on local boards and committees. He is a former board member of the Greater Wichita Chamber of Commerce, the Child Advocacy Center of Sedgwick County and the Matlock Community Resource Center. He also served as co-chair of Project Wichita, is a mentor with Big Brothers Big Sisters and a former member of the Kansas Citizen Review Panel.
A former Division 1 athlete, White earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Winston-Salem State University, where he graduated cum laude.
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