Yoshino W. White

Yoshino W. White is a technology leader in the medical technology industry. She is a wife and a mother who strives for excellence each day in all facets of life. Her executive profile exhibits 16 plus years of experience leading, transforming, engaging, and driving results within corporations. She is a graduate of THE Florida State University with both a bachelors and masters’ degree in Industrial Engineering. Yoshino is a certified Project Manager(PMP) and Certified Agile Practitioner with the Project Management Institute (PMI), and has experience in multiple industries with key experience in product development, delivering management and strategy within transformational Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions and integrating PLM and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems. She is known as a value driver and a people developer in whatever work she does. Yoshi spends time working with computer information science students at Post University and supporting the programming efforts of Destination Liberation and organization focused on exposing young black girls in the southern black belt to the rest of the world. She has served on multiple non-profit boards in leadership roles. Yoshino is a firm believer in building her community and the next generation of leaders one person and one experience at a time.

Publications

Cyber Leadership Excellence: Bridging Knowledge Gaps, Maximizing Returns
Sharon L. Burton, Darrell Norman Burrell, Calvin Nobles, Laura Ann Jones, Yoshino W. White, Dustin I. Bessette, Amalisha Aridi. © 2024. 16 pages.
It is necessary to reassess the allocation of resources, questioning traditional notions of return on investment (ROI) and focusing, in particular on the critical area of...
An In-Depth Qualitative Interview: The Impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on Consent and Transparency
Sharon L. Burton, Darrell N. Burrell, Calvin Nobles, Yoshino W. White, Maurice E. Dawson, Kim L. Brown-Jackson, S Rachid Muller, Dustin I. Bessette. © 2024. 22 pages.
AI is impacting consent and transparency adversely. Although AI can potentially augment transparency in decision-making via advanced technology, it is creating new concerns. This...
An In-Depth Qualitative Interview: The Impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on Privacy Challenges and Opportunities
Sharon L. Burton, Darrell N. Burrell, Yoshino W. White, Calvin Nobles, Maurice E. Dawson, Kim L. Brown-Jackson, S. Rachid Muller, Dustin I. Bessette. © 2024. 21 pages.
AI (artificial intelligence) is impacting privacy positively and negatively. While AI has the potential to enhance privacy through improved security measures and data protection...
Exploring the Cost-Benefit Factors, Technological Advancements, and Cybersecurity Impacts: Analyzing ROI
Sharon L. Burton, Yoshino W. White. © 2023. 19 pages.
Online education is continuously evolving to enhance learning and reduce costs. In today's fast-paced world, technology is a driving force in education and business, making...
Driving STEM Through Engaged Scholarship and Civic Responsibility: Determining the Constructs for a Model
Yoshino Woodard White. © 2019. 18 pages.
Pew Research Center revealed a scarcity of U.S. science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) students with advanced degrees at U. S. higher education institutions. Engaged...
Driving STEM Through Engaged Scholarship and Civic Responsibility: Determining the Constructs for a Model
Yoshino Woodard White. © 2018. 24 pages.
Pew Research Center revealed a scarcity of U.S. science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) students with advanced degrees at U. S. higher education institutions. Engaged...