Dr. Candace White is the proud daughter of Albert and Ora White, and the wife of Terry Jackson.


Together, Terry and Dr. White have two beautiful children, her firstborn, Solomon and Onar, who was born during the pandemic.


She was recognized by Essence magazine as an Essential Hero and was awarded the Amazing Grace Award for her service to her patients and community.


Dr. Candace White, is a board-certified primary care physician, public health leader, and patient advocate, who serves the greater Atlanta, GA area. 

Dr. White’s mission is to help improve her patient’s quality of life through continuity of care, education, and empowerment.

Listen to dr. candace white’s inspiring story of Reflections during the COVID-19 pandemic

In this book, you will find an inspiring story of a mother, who gives birth during the COVID-19 pandemic. She finds the strength to overcome fears surrounding contracting the virus and passing it along to her newborn baby.

She recaps her experiences of going to doctor’s appointments, labor, and delivery of her little one and life thereafter. She transforms her fears into faith and encourages us to remain hopeful while celebrating the precious gift of life.

So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand. Isaiah 41:10


This book is dedicated to all of the women, men and children in the world, who have a loved one who gave birth during the pandemic or is expecting. This book is a must have and keepsake for all families. It allows the readers to capture a moment in time and our history.

Dr. Candace White

This book is also dedicated to my husband - Terry, son-Solomon, daughter - Onar, Parents - Albert and Ora, siblings - Bridgette and Marcus, nephews- DeLarse IV, and Baylon, Niece - Kinnidie cousins- Nickki, Monique, Donjhae, and Kylan, my God sisters Latracia and Delacia and God daughters Lauren, Hannah, and Tomecia.

Dr. Candace White

This book is in honor of my grandparents, the late Elmer and Altameze Henry and James and Ella Mae Driskell.

Dr. Candace White

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