Sam White, a New Mexico ranch native, moved to College Station in 1983 to study history at Texas A&M University.
In 1993 he and his wife, Sondra (Class of 1987) - moved to the Western Pacific - where Sam flew for Continental Airlines until 2003. Their son, Quentin, was born on Guam in 1998, and the family also spent two years living in Hawaii. In 2003 the Whites left the islands and returned to the Brazos Valley to raise their son.
"We chose to return to Bryan/College Station because of the clean industry and good schools," says White. "During the decade we were away, there were extensive investments in the area infrastructure. Great schools, the benefits of Texas A&M University and easy access to Austin and Houston make the Brazos Valley desirable."
White entered the real estate business in 2005, first with The Real Estate Group and then with Keller Williams.
In 2008 White founded his consulting business, the New Technology Working Group. After serving several local, state, national and international clients he narrowed the scope of his business to real estate and and accepted the position of brand manager for Zweiacker + Associates, a College Station based residential real estate brokerage.