Jill White has served in the field of education for over four decades as a teacher, instructional therapist, curriculum director, principal, and school superintendent. In 1985, she was introduced to the love of Providential History in American through the random purchase of a book at a thrift store that looked really interesting called The Bible and the Constitution of the United States of America by Verna Hall. In 1989, she found herself seated across the desk from Mr. Ralph Bullard, headmaster at Christian Heritage Academy in Del City, OK. He hired her that day to become a teacher at the Academy, but he actually started her on the fascinating journey of learning about and applying the Principle Approach to her teaching, her thinking, and her life.
Since that time, Jill has taught students at every level from 2nd grade through adult learning by using the Principle Approach philosophy and methodology. She has published a science activity book for K-8 teachers and parents based on Principle Approach research and studies. She has also taught teachers at conventions and in other professional development settings across the nation as well as internationally.
Jill currently serves as a teacher coach and leadership consultant. She is a John Maxwell Speaker and Coach and is a designated Master Teacher from the Foundation for American Christian Education. She is a happy resident of New Braunfels, TX.