Batesville and Beyond Charity White
By Karin Huffman firstname.lastname@example.org Published in the Batesville Daily Guard on Oct 29, 2019
Charity White grew up in Batesville and attended the University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville before beginning her job as a transitions/career coach at Myers-Davis Life Coaching and Business Consulting.
"I teach the Career to Work Study Class to juniors and seniors at Batesville High School," White said. "I also teach at Cave City and White County Central High Schools and the class helps prepare students to transition from high school to the workforce or post-secondary school easily."
White knew this was the job for her after speaking with Edward "Doc" Myers and Angela Davis about their program.
"This program offers so many exciting opportunities," White explained. "It gives young people the chance to reach their full potential. I love my job and really believe in the mission of Myers-Davis. It's a great place to work."
When White isn't busy teaching students, she stays occupied raising her two daughters, Shelby, 13, and Lottie, 7.
"My hobbies include trying to stay relevant to my teenage daughter," she said. "I tirelessly scour Netflix and similar services for quality content and am keeping up with Lottie. I also love to cook and read."
According to White she is happy with life at the moment raising her girls and wouldn't want to live anywhere else in the world.
"Shelby, Lottie and I really love our lives here in Batesville," she stated. "When I retire, I would like to travel the country in an Air Stream trailer or maybe I'll get a dog! I really feel like I'm doing exactly what I am meant to be doing at this point in my life: raising my girls and trying to be of service to others."