Richard White’s experience spans a forty-two-year career substantially spent as a public servant with supervisory and executive level experience in law enforcement and public retirement systems. Richard worked in the criminal justice system and private security for forty years which included thirty-four years as a sworn law enforcement officer. He retired from the Orange County (CA) Sheriff-Coroner Department with a public sector pension. During his law enforcement career, Mr. White served nine years as a member of the Board of Trustees on the Orange County (CA) Employees’ Retirement System and served four one-year terms as President of the Board of Directors of the State Association of County Retirement Systems. Following retirement, Mr. White served as a Retirement Administrator for the Mendocino County Employees’ Retirement Association. In June 2020, Mr. White was named interim Executive Director of the Illinois Police Officers’ Pension Investment Fund. Richard earned a Master of Science degree in human resources and organizational development from the University of San Francisco.