Joseph J. White , an over twenty-five year veteran in international business development and senior management brings to Sector & Associates, LLC a wide and diverse background in launching and operating global businesses, sports marketing and new business development. He most recently established and launched CT&T a Korean Electric Vehicle manufacturing company in the U.S. He previously successfully architected for Stulz Automotive a new company, Stulz Golf Technologies which was relocated to Hamburg, Germany. From 2001 to 2004 he was the President of AJAY a public company which among other interests operates a franchise chain of 150 golf specialty stores located throughout North America. Prior to that he was the President of The Gary Player Group a multi-faceted golf company with offices in Johannesburg, Palm Beach, London, and Singapore whose international business units are dedicated to marketing golf equipment, golf course design, licensed products, endorsements, golf academies and event marketing all under the Gary Player brand. He had previously held senior executive positions with Dunlop Tire & Rubber Corporation, Yamaha International and the Portman Companies.

While at Dunlop Mr. White was part of the management team that brought Dunlop from Upstate New York to its current headquarters in Greenville, South Carolina. White subsequently moved to Yamaha International headquarters in Buena Park, California to head-up Yamaha's consumer products division. He spent almost eight years broadening the international reach of Yamaha's branded sports and recreational vehicles. During his tenure at the Portman Companies, Mr. White worked extensively with multi-national companies, world-class athletes, leagues, Federations and the International Olympic Committee. White managed all of the corporation's sports related business affairs and interfaced with all of the worldwide organizing bodies of sport. He negotiated several multi-year and highly profitable agreements with ACOG, USOC, NBC, IBM, TURNER SPORTS, and the International Organizing Committees from the top-ten bid cities for the 2000 Olympic Games as well as most of the major sporting goods manufacturers from around the world.

His business career has taken him to the four quarters of the world. SECTOR is engaged in international business development and maintains holdings in start-up companies in aligned industries worldwide. Mr. White holds a BS from Niagara University and has attended both the Universities of Buffalo and Wisconsin for work in economics and brand management. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Ronald McDonald House and is an advisor to the MAC Foundation.