January 1, 2024

NEWARK – The New Jersey Institute for Social Justice is pleased to announce that Justin White has joined our Board of Trustees, effective January 6, 2024. 

“We are fortunate to have Justin join us on the Board of Trustees,” said Paulette Brown, Chair of the New Jersey Institute for Social Justice Board of Trustees. “Justin joins a dedicated team of highly respected leaders committed to advancing solutions to the greatest social and racial justice challenges of our time.” 

“Justin will be an energetic and forward-thinking addition to our prestigious and impactful Board,” said Ryan Haygood, President & CEO of the New Jersey Institute for Social Justice. “We look forward to working with Justin as we boldly advocate for a more equitable New Jersey and beyond.” 

Justin heads LTMA Capital, a blended debt and venture fund advancing human rights and gender equality. LTMA (Less Talk, More Action), believes balancing financial returns with societal benefits empowers people and facilitates future reinvestment.  

Prior to founding LTMA Capital, Justin served as Manager of Human Rights and Gender Equality at Mars.   

“I am extremely excited to be joining the Institute’s Board of Trustees. I know from my years working alongside Ryan on the Colorado College Board that he is an outstanding leader of a stellar team of advocates,” said Justin White. “I have witnessed the impactful work of the Institute from the sidelines and am thrilled that I will now be part of this truly unique organization and its mission of racial and social justice.” 

Early in his career, Justin was an elementary school teacher both in the U.S. and abroad. He earned a BA in Elementary School Education from Colorado College, an MA in Responsible Management and Sustainable Economic Development from the United Nations University for Peace, and an MBA in International Business from American University’s Kogod School of Business. 

In his free time, Justin enjoys the outdoors with his wife, Molly, and their dog, Mantequilla, whom they adopted while living in Costa Rica.