Quincy E. White
Quincy White currently serves as Assistant City Manager for the City of Lubbock, a municipal government with approximately 1840 employees.
A Lubbock native and a 1965 graduate of Dunbar High School, Quincy attended Prairie View A&M University and Wenatchee Valley College.
Hired by the Xerox Corporation in 1973, Quincy spent eleven years with the company and advanced to the position of District Sales Manager in Houston.
As opportunities arose, Quincy later worked as a District Manager for Federal Express.
In 1990, Quincy
returned to Lubbock and began his
public sector career.
Combining his private sector experience, his interest in human resources, and his commitment to youth and community service, Quincy has held a variety of key positions in Lubbock including Drug Elimination Program Coordinator and Executive Director of the Lubbock Housing Authority.
Executive Director of the Lubbock Black Chamber of Commerce
, Youth Services Coordinator, Assistant Director Human Resources, and his
current position as Assistant City Manager for the City of Lubbock
Quincy served as Lubbock's Interim City Manager during a critical transition within City Hall and excelled in fulfilling these duties.
He then served as Interim Deputy City Manager while the new permanent City Manager hired and put in place his senior administrative team.
is dedicated to the betterment of Lubbock.
Youth involvement, educational opportunities, and early childhood development are his
Quincy's served on Governor George Bush's Drug Policy Advisory Board, the United Way Board, the Success by 6 Board, and the Youth Corps Board.
For 10 years, Quincy served as President of the Martin Luther King Little League.
Quincy initiated in conjunction with Texas Tech University, a Parents as Teachers program as well as an Early Head Start program for children 0 to 3 years old.
This is but one example of Quincy's commitment to Lubbock's youth and its older neighborhoods.
Whether addressing a youth organization, visiting informally with a group of young people; or talking one on one with a teenager or small child, Quincy
is committed to making a positive difference.
believes making good choices and recognizing life's perils are fundamental principles for youth to understand in order to lead healthy productive lives.
Adults share in this responsibility and must not only set an example, but must also invest their time in directing our young people towards worthwhile opportunities and beneficial pursuits.
The Delta Sigma Theta Sorority
their 2003 Man of the Year, and the Lubbock Black Chamber of Commerce
has also honored him for his
contributions, commitment and involvement in helping the Lubbock community.
has been married to Ruby Phillips since 1973, and is the proud father of three children and nine grandchildren.