Kim White is the new managing director of inmate programs at Corrections Corporation of America (CCA). With more than 30 years of industry experience, she will bring fresh ideas to both the company and the field of inmate rehabilitation and reentry programming. White will work to oversee CCA’s inmate programming department, which offers recidivism-reducing programs and is designed to prepare inmates for a successful life upon release. White most recently served as assistant director of the human resources management division for the Federal Bureau of Prisons. She began her career as a correctional officer and over the years ascended through the ranks, including a position as regional director for nearly seven years. Her interest in the corrections industry stems from a course she completed in college on correctional institutions, which led to an internship with the Bureau of Prisons. White holds a degree from Kent State University and completed Harvard University’s Executive Education Program for senior managers in government.