Founder & CEO
President & CEO
Charles X. White

Charles has served as CEO and Executive Director of Charity Productions a Community Based Organization, (CBO) since 1984. Charity Productions is an organization with direct and indirect services that distributes information on several outreach platforms.

Charles has earned dozens of community service awards, continuing education college credits, and recognition for his work as a community worker, school safety consultant, and innovative service provider.

Data-Driven Solutions
New and additional funding sources will allow us to organize an indigenous social capital infrastructure and build around other local human capital within existing subdivisions. Using data from various sources with improved analytics as part of our navigation package aids in plotting a truer course to achieving our goals to improve service delivery to overlooked neighborhoods.


  • Published article written Nancy Averett, in Scientific American Magazine 10/21 & 6/22 – Resilience Factors Overlooked in Underserved Neighborhoods.
  • Published in the BMC Public Health SF 12 Study, Dr. J. Horney, PI 2020, Texas A&M University’s Institute for Sustainable Communities.
  • 2017-2023, Charles X White was designated the first Community Fellow, with TAMU’s Institute for Sustainable Communities.
  • Contributing Author – Engaged Research for Community Resilience to Climate Change, 2020, and 2014, Planning for Community Resilience.
  • Houston Galveston Area Council Award Community Design Project with TAMU TAMU’s Flood Mitigation Artificial Intelligence Mapping Project with the City of Port Arthur.
  • Incubated nine locations for mobile food distribution sites for six years.
  • Hosted multiple shows on outreach platforms radio shows spanning decades: KCOH, AM, KPFT, FM, KLVL, AM radio shows (Let’s Fix This) – HMSTV Community Views and Solutions featuring, guest interviews, and news.
  • Charles has worked with Texas Southern University’s Barbara Jordon – Mickey Leland School of Public Affairs on several research projects including TSU adding a four-year degree program in Emergency Management – Homeland Security.
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