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ABOUT US

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Dawud H White

Dawud H White is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Whitemark, LLC and a retired enlisted member of the United States Air Force. Since launching the firm in 2014, Dawud built Whitemark under the foundational belief that inspiration, innovation, and quality create lasting solutions and improve the mission of our customers and employees’ lives. Dawud brings over 34 years of military and government experience and leadership. He oversees all operations, delivery, and growth across the firm to ensure Whitemark’s strategic vision is executed.

Prior to launching Whitemark, Dawud joined the Air Force in 1989 and began his career with the Security Police culminating in his selection as the 421st Ground Combat Readiness School’s Lead “Black Hat” for the Headquarters Leadership Course, Fort Dix, NJ.  Dawud cross-trained into the Air Force Office of Special Investigations in 2004.  Dawud’s last US Air Force assignment was as the Counter-Threat Operations Course Program Manager at the Air Force Special Investigations Academy Detachment 1, Fort Dix, New Jersey where he developed, coordinated, conducted and hosted training for the Counter Threat Operations Course - Basic, Counter Threat Operations Course - Advanced, Staff Support Deployment Course, and AFOSI’s portion of the Tactical Security Element Course curriculums.  

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Dawud advised and instructed over 350 Special Agents and support personnel annually on AFOSI’s Counter Threat Operations, ensuring individuals are prepared to operate in a deployed environment.  Dawud retired from Active Duty in 2010, taking with him, his all-star team; his wife and their four children.

Following Dawud’s retirement from Active Duty, he joined the Joint Counterintelligence Training Academy (JCITA) as a contractor CI SME assigned to the Military Counterintelligence Collections Course team where he quickly rose to Course Chair status and soon after accepted a government position as government lead for the course.  In 2015 Dawud crossed over from the Collections section to the Investigations section where he took control of the Defense Counterintelligence Agent Course as the government lead.  In the seven years as an Investigations section employee, Dawud chaired multiple other courses; the Analytical Support to Counterintelligence Functions Course (ASCIFC), Counterintelligence Research Development and Acquisitions Course (CIRDAC) and the Advanced Counterintelligence Investigations Course (ACIIC), where he simultaneously managed multiple course teams.  His experience as a leader led to his selection as the Investigations Section Chief.

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