Jacqueline Martin-White, former head coach for Hinds Community College (2018-2022). Former head coach for Warren Central High School (2010-1018) with back -to- back Region XXIII Tournament appearances. . Coaching and leadership awards include, Vicksburg Post Coach of the Year four times, JROTC Educator for the Semester three times, Vicksburg Warren School District Educator of the Year ( Bomar Elementary). Prior to coaching, Martin-White was a standout basketball player. She attended Warren Central High School where she helped her team to two Mississippi Class 5A State Championships and was named the Mississippi Clarion Ledger Player of the Year in 1987. Following her prep career, Martin- White played basketball at the University of Mississippi where she was a four year letter winner for the Rebels (1988-92). Martin- White was also a two-time ALL-SEC selection (1990,1992) and led the Rebels to its first ever Southeastern Conference Championship(1992). She led her team to the NCAA Elite Eight and was named to the Mideast All- Region Team(1992). Jacqueline Martin-White still holds her place in the Rebel record books in numerous career categories ranking in the top five all- time in three pointers and assists. She ranks first in NCAA Tournament games played,fourth in total games played and is also a member of the 1000 point club. Following her playing career, she served as graduate assistant for Ole Miss for one season. In 2008 was inducted to the Ole Miss Athletic Hall of Fame and was selected as an Ole Miss Great. Martin- White was also an Ole Miss Mount Rushmore selection.Martin -White has a bachelor's degree for The University of Mississippi and 2 master degrees from Alcorn State University.