Margaret Batchelor-White, Ph.D. received her Bachelor of Science from Savannah State University with Cum Laude honors, and later received her Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Guidance and Psychological Services/Urban Education with Cum Laude honors from the University of Massachusetts. Today Dr. Batchelor White is the Departmental Manager of the Department of Energy. She is heavily involved in a number of community service organizations, including The Smithsonian Institution, Project 2000, Inc., Howard University’s Metropolitan Science and Engineering Committee, United Way, various Link’s, Inc. Chapters, The Women’s Center of North Virginia, The Girl Friends, Inc., Hillcrest Children Center, and she continues her service as member of the Board of Directors of The Denise Roberts Breast Cancer Foundation. Dr. Batchelor White has also been the recipient of numerous honors including The 100 Black Women’s Exceptional Women’s Award for Service; The Service to Youth Award, The Link’s, Inc. Award for Volunteerism and for Improving the Quality of Life for All People, and she was honored by President George Bush as the “Points of Light” awardee. Margaret Batchelor White is also the proud mother of daughter, Pamela Leora Wiltz.