Pandora White is currently a third year biochemistry doctoral student. She is from Fayette, MS. She received her undergraduate degree in chemistry from Alcorn State University. She currently serves as the president of the UA chapter of the National Organization for the Professional Advancement for Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers, president of the Chemistry Graduate Student Organization, Tide Together mentor, Black Student Leadership Council member, Student Leadership Council member, Graduate Student Association delegate, and Scholars for Community Outreach, Partnership, and Engagement member. She is a 2013 recipient of the McNair Fellowship and 2015 recipient of NSF East Asia and Pacific Summer Institute fellowship. Her current research involves investigating potential health benefits of chromium(III) in vitro and in vivo.