Sue D. White is president of Donathan Properties, Inc., a multi-family housing development company she founded in 1983. She oversees the identification and purchase of sites, site layout, marketing, and overall construction management for apartment communities in North Carolina. Donathan Properties has developed and owns apartments in Winston-Salem, Chapel Hill, Cary, and Raleigh. Her most recent project is being developed outside of Charlotte.
Sue is currently vice-chair of the Duke Cancer Institute Board of Advisors and will assume the role of chair at the April 2014 meeting. She also serves on the Executive Board of the United Way of Greater Greensboro and has been co-chair of the Alexis de Tocqueville Society. She serves on the Board of Advisors for BB&T Bank’s Triad Region. Past positions include serving on the Board of Trustees at Peace College (now William Peace University), past-president of the Triad Apartment Association, and past-president of the Apartment Association of North Carolina. She is a longtime member and supporter of the Greensboro Symphony Guild and the Greensboro Preservation Society and is a member of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Greensboro.
Sue is the mother of Elizabeth M. Tisdale and grandmother of Reece and Finley Tisdale, all of Greensboro.