Casey L. White’s duties include maintenance of several division and agency Web sites, supporting local staff and those in other areas of the OKDHS Office of Administration and Executive Office and fulfilling the OKDHS mission.
White came to the Office of Communications in 2001, after completing a successful temporary assignment in the Family Support Services Division. Since then, she has been part of a staff of Communicators awarded for their work, including the receipt of a Quality Award and Governor's Commendation in 2005 for her team's work on the Office of Communications Web site redesign.
In 2003, White received an Honorable Mention Quality Award for her work on the OKDHS InfoNet Redesign team. She was also honored as “Best of the Best” for the Office of Communications in 2004.
White holds a bachelor's degree in Family Studies and Gerontology from Southern Nazarene University and plans to pursue a career in social work within the Department in the next year. She currently volunteers as a Client Intake Specialist at Infant Crisis Services in Oklahoma City.
White has a passion for animals and has volunteered for the Oklahoma City and Tulsa Zoos as well as WildCare Oklahoma, a local wildlife rehabilitation shelter. She also has her own menagerie at home with two cats, two dogs, a crested gecko, and a tank full of fish.
White was literally born into the OKDHS family as her mother was a Department employee for more than 31 years. She married the love of her life, John, in March 2008.