Whitney Antrim’s career is devoted to serving the public. She spent 17 years protecting the constitutional rights of, and representing those who are less fortunate as a Deputy Public Defender for the County of San Diego. There, she specialized in serving the homeless, veteran, and disabled communities. Now, she uses her advocacy skills on behalf of school districts all over the State of California as an attorney in the Special Education and Student Services Practice Group with OHH. She graduated from UC Santa Barbara and then pursued her law and business degrees at Vanderbilt University Law School and the Owen School of Business.
Whitney lives in Coronado with her husband and two children. She serves as a Trustee on the Coronado Unified School District’s Governing Board. As a Trustee, her objective is to improve schools for students, parents, and teachers and ensure that all kids are safe, welcomed, and given a world class education.