White, Bruce

Bruce White

As an undergraduate student, Bruce studied civil engineering at the University of Michigan via an NROTC scholarship.  Upon graduation, he was commissioned a Second Lieutenant and began his U. S. Marine Corps career.

Bruce served in the Marine Corps for more than two decades.  After his initial tour as an aircraft maintenance officer, the Marine Corps selected Bruce to attend law school on full scholarship at the University of Oregon.  For the remainder of his military career, Bruce served as a judge advocate at locations throughout the world in a variety of challenging positions.

While serving at the Pentagon, Bruce also attended Georgetown University Law Center and earned an LL.M. degree in International and Comparative Law.  Bruce spent two years in South Korea, helping to preserve the delicate armistice with North Korea. He also served in Kuwait and Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) shortly after the 9/11 attacks.  Bruce completed his military career as a Colonel, one of the senior attorneys in the Marine Corps.  

After his active duty service, Bruce founded a law firm in San Diego, CA, where he assisted active duty and veteran service members with their legal challenges.  

In 2017, Bruce relocated with his family to Seattle.  The move provided him with the opportunity to transition into the real estate profession.  While establishing WA residency and waiting for the MSRE program to commence at UW, Bruce obtained PMI Project Management Professional (PMP) certification based on his decades of experience successfully managing complex projects.  

Bruce is eager to join a winning real estate team where he hopes to make a valuable contribution to the team effort.