PRESS RELEASE: Daniel White Appointed as Interim Superintendent at Washington Corrections Center
Released October 4, 2016
Interim WCC Superintendent Daniel White
OLYMPIA – Daniel White has been appointed as interim superintendent at Washington Corrections Center (WCC) in Shelton, Washington, effective October 1, 2016. White replaces retiring superintendent Patrick Glebe.
White began his Corrections career in 1997 as a correctional officer at the Washington Corrections Center for Women (WCCW). During his time at WCCW, White held the roles of correctional sergeant, classification counselor 2 and 3, and correctional unit supervisor. He was also a member of the WCCW Emergency Response Team.
In 2007, White was selected as the correctional program manager at the WCC where he was the operational manager for the Reception Diagnostic Center and the seven Reception Center living units. In 2011, he was selected to be the associate superintendent for programs at WCC.
In 2014, White was selected as the superintendent B at the Twins Rivers Unit, Monroe Correctional Complex (MCC). In October 2015, he became superintendent B at the MCC Special Offender Unit and Intensive Management Unit. During his tenure at MCC, White was actively involved in various aspects of facility operations. He was also recently a member of the 2017-2019 collective bargaining contract negotiations team.
White has a Bachelor of Science degree in criminal justice administration and a master's degree from the University Of Cincinnati School Of Criminal Justice. Prior to the DOC, he served as a law enforcement specialist for 10 years in the United States Air Force.