Randy White, D.Min.

Associate Professor of Community Transformation & Executive Director of the Center for Community Transformation
Randy White

Education

D.Min., Transformational Leadership of the Global City, Bakke Graduate University
M.A., Urban Sociology and Community Development, Fresno Pacific University & Seminary
M.A., Christian Studies, New College Berkeley
B.A., Child Development, California State University, Sacramento

Publications

  • The Work of Our Hands, editor, Condeo Press, 2012
  • Encounter God in the City: Onramps to Personal and Community Transformation, IVP Books, 2006
  • Journey to the Center of the City (IVP, 1996)
  • I have also authored many articles on urban mission.

Professional Experiences

I have been an urban activist and practitioner for more than twenty years, and it has been my privilege to work in Fresno'€™s most vulnerable neighborhoods. I am the founder of the Fresno Institute for Urban Leadership (FIFUL), The Pink House, The Wise Old Owl Tutoring Program, and for many years led the global doctoral degrees of Bakke Graduate University, training leaders for city transformation in Manila, Ghana, Jamaica, China, India, Hong Kong and Central and North America.

Center for Community Transformation