Debra White Becomes Director of Business Services for Atlantic City’s Chelsea EDC


Photo of Debra White courtesy of Chelsea Economic Development Corp.

AC JosepH Media

ATLANTIC CITY — The Chelsea Economic Development Corporation announced on Friday that Debra White has become its new director of business services.

White’s responsibilities include ensuring, educating, and advocating initiatives to policymakers, funders, and community leaders to support economic growth in the business community.

White is a successful business owner and has experience in assisting business owners with permit applications, grant applications, and funding applications.


A native Philadelphian, White has extensive knowledge about housing and community development. She has a master’s degree in business administration from Rosemont College and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from LaSalle University.

White has served as executive director of the Leon H. Sullivan Charitable Trust for the past two years, according to her LinkedIn page. She also served as office director of the Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America in Philadelphia.

“We are truly proud and honored to welcome Debra to the City of Atlantic City and to have her on our team,” Chelsea EDC said in a statement on Facebook.

Follow Us Today On:





Note from AC JosepH Media: If you like this story and others posted on Front Runner New, lend us a hand so we can keep producing articles like these for New Jersey and the world to see. Click on SUPPORT FRNJ and make a contribution that will go directly in making more stories like this available. Thank you for reading.

About Author

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *