PEGGY RHODES-WHITE, DTM

Peggy Rhodes White is the daughter of golfing pioneer, the legendary Theodore Ted Rhodes considered one of the greatest golfers, of his era. A native of Nashville, Tennessee, she attended Tennessee State University and later became a top-performing, sales professional in the pharmaceutical and medical supply industry working for several fortune 500 companies, such as Johnson & Johnson and Becton Dickinson.

Peggy is a Golf Tournament Association of America (GTAA) Certified Golf Tournament Planner and Co-Founder and President of FORE GOLF COLLECTION. FORE GOLF COLLECTION offers full- service golf tournament management services and consults organizations on how to run successful golf tournaments, golf outings, and charity golf events. Also, FORE GOLF COLLECTION offers a wide range of unique golf promotional items for golf tournaments, golf outings, golf clinics, and other types of events. Lastly, FORE GOLF COLLECTION is the owner of the Ted Rhodes Collection.

In 1994, Peggy founded the Ted Rhodes Foundation, Inc. which is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 corporation incorporated in Tennessee and Illinois. As the foundation’s Founder and CEO, she co-manages the Ted Rhodes Golf Classic, Windy City Classic and Junior Golf Tournaments with her daughter Tiffany White, and they ensure the legacy of Ted Rhodes is not forgotten. She implemented the first Female Division as well as the Junior Division. Peggy is a strong advocate for both women and youth in golf. The foundation’s mission is to provide opportunities for young people to play the game of golf and expose more people of color to the game. The foundation financially supports Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) golf programs and has built a great relationship with Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee. Also, the foundation financially supports the First Tee of Lake County and First Tee of Tennessee. Lastly, she serves on the board of the First Tee of Lake County.

Peggy feels that being an advocate for her father is really her life's work. She successfully lobbied for him to be inducted into the Tennessee Golf Hall of Fame. Due to her commitment and advocacy, she was inducted into the African Golfers Hall of Fame and recipient of the National Women of Achievement, Inc. Chicago Chapter Profiles of Prominence Award. Lastly, she is an Advisory Board member for the Jackson Park Golf Association.

 

 

 

PEGGY RHODES-WHITE, DTM

Tiffany N. White, M.Ed, DTM

Tiffany White is the granddaughter of golfing pioneer, the legendary Theodore Ted Rhodes considered one of the greatest golfers, of his era. A native of Chicago, Illinois, she attended Clark Atlanta University and Southern Illinois University. Formerly, Tiffany was the Executive Director-Head of Diversity Recruiting for Commercial Banking at JPMorgan Chase Bank in Chicago. She spent 18 years at the firm with a primary focus on Diversity and Campus Recruiting. Also, she taught career development courses at Depaul University.

Tiffany is a Golf Tournament Association of America (GTAA) Certified Golf Tournament Planner and Co-Founder and CEO of FORE GOLF COLLECTION. FORE GOLF COLLECTION offers full- service golf tournament management services and consults organizations on how to run successful golf tournaments, golf outings, and charity golf events. Also, FORE GOLF COLLECTION offers a wide range of unique golf promotional items for golf tournaments, golf outings, golf clinics, and other types of events. Lastly, FORE GOLF COLLECTION is the owner of the Ted Rhodes Collection.

In 1994, Tiffany’s mother, Peggy Rhodes-White founded the Ted Rhodes Foundation, Inc. which is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 corporation incorporated in Tennessee and Illinois. As the foundation’s President, Tiffany co-manages the Ted Rhodes Golf Classic, Windy City Classic and Junior Golf Tournaments with her mother, and they ensure the legacy of Ted Rhodes is not forgotten. Tiffany has expertise in tournament management and oversee all the events. The foundation’s mission is to provide opportunities for young people to play the game of golf and expose more people of color to the game. The foundation financially supports Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) golf programs and has built a great relationship with Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee. Also, the foundation financially supports the First Tee of Lake County and First Tee of Tennessee.

Lastly, she is the President of the Christ Universal Temple Board of Directors, Life member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated, member of the Clark Atlanta University Alumni Association, member of the Southern Illinois University Alumni Association, and Advisory Board member of the Jackson Park Golf Association.

 

 

Tiffany N. White, M.Ed, DTM