Nancy White is Executive Director of Pilot International, a global, 97-year-old volunteer service organization headquartered in Macon, Georgia.
Prior to joining Pilot International, Nancy was Administrator of the Macon-Bibb County Health Department; Director of Oncology Services for the Medical Center of Central Georgia; and served in several capacities at Coliseum Health System for 18 years, including Director of Senior Health Services, Director of Government Relations, Program Director of Diabetes Management, and as a clinical nurse. She also served for nearly eight years as an elected Macon City Council member.
Nancy holds an Associate's degree in Nursing, a Bachelor degree in English, a Master of Liberal Studies in Professional Communications, and a Master of Public Administration. She serves on the Bibb County DFCS Board, the Clayton and Carol Paul Fund for Animal Welfare Board, and is active in Christ Episcopal Church of Macon. She belongs to two book clubs and enjoys running and gardening.
Board Of Directors
Karen Cupit has been a Pilot since 2002 and is currently the member of the Twin Cities and Franklin Parish clubs. She also serves on the board of directors for the Louisiana District's Camp Fleur de Lis, a camp for adult survivors of traumatic brain injury. This marks her sixth year serving on Pilot International's Executive Committee. She has been employed by the Ouachita Parish Police Jury for 25 years and currently serves as the Assistant Treasurer.
Deb Hays is President-Elect of Pilot International, a global, 97-year-old volunteer service organization headquartered in Macon, Georgia.