Shad White was appointed as the 42nd State Auditor of Mississippi in July 2018 and won election to the office in 2019. Prior to becoming Auditor, he served as a special prosecutor, winning ethics cases against politicians who broke the law, and earned a certificate in forensic accounting from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. White, a Certified Fraud Examiner, earned degrees from the University of Mississippi, the University of Oxford, where he studied as a Rhodes Scholar, and Harvard Law School. He also serves in the military as a Captain in the Mississippi National Guard.
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State Auditor Shad White argues "Diversity. Equity. Inclusion. Those sound like nice words to some. But the truth is that Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (or DEI) programs are highly controversial and often push ideas that many Americans dislike."
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