Commissioner Stacy White
About Commissioner White
Stacy White was elected to the County Commission in 2014. In 2015, he was elected by the Board to serve in the leadership position of Chaplain. In 2016, the Board of County Commissioners elected him to be the Chairman. For the 2017 term, he was chosen to be the Board's Chaplain.
As part of his duties as a County Commissioner, he serves on:
Council of Governments
Hillsborough County Emergency Policy Group (Alternate)
Hillsborough River Interlocal Planning Board
Straz Center for the Performing Arts
Tampa Bay Estuary Program Policy Board
The Florida Aquarium Board of Directors
From 2010-2014, Stacy served on the Hillsborough County School Board, which is the eighth largest school district in the nation with an annual budget of nearly $3 billion and a student population totaling nearly 200,000 students.
Stacy White is a fifth generation native of Hillsborough County who lives in Valrico with his wife of 21 years and their three children. After graduating from East Bay High School, he earned a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Florida and has practiced pharmacy for 21 years. In addition to being a practicing pharmacist, he serves as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacy with the University of Florida, where he educates pharmacy students during their internships. In 2006, the university recognized his outstanding work in this capacity by naming him Roche Preceptor of the Year in an Outpatient Setting.
Stacy and his family attend New Hope United Methodist Church in Brandon. He and his wife are involved in Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts, PTA / PTSA, and many other community activities. In their free time, Stacy and his family enjoy boating, fishing, camping, and Florida Gators athletics.