Dr. James Calleroz White is currently the Head of School at Louisville Collegiate School in Louisville Kentucky. Louisville Collegiate School is a JK-12, co-ed, day school with 713 students. Dr. Calleroz White has almost 20 years of experience in educational administration and leadership at the JK–12, university, and nonprofit level. He was previously the Assistant Head of School at Phoenix Country Day School in Paradise Valley, Arizona where he concurrently served as Director of Institutional Advancement and Director of the Office of Community Engagement. Prior to joining Phoenix Country Day School, he was Director of College Counseling at Belmont Hill School in Belmont, MA, and Admissions Officer in the Harvard College Undergraduate Admissions Office.

Dr. Calleroz White has served youth in several other capacities in his professional life as well, including being an administrator and director for Prep for Prep and Sponsors for Educational Opportunities in New York City. James has served as the Vice President for the Association of Independent Schools in New England, Massachusetts elected member of College Board, Chairman of Outreach for the Boston Independent Schools College Counseling Association, a federal grant reviewer for the U.S. Department of Education and has been a Board Member with several different educational organizations.

Born and raised in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, James attended Harvard University where he earned a B.A. in Government and a M.Ed. in Administration, Planning, and Social Policy. James also earned his Ed.D. In Educational Leadership, Teaching, and Administration from Arizona State University.