Olympian Densign White was announced as the CEO of the International Mixed Martial Arts
Federation (IMMAF) in November 2014.
The British judoka has past international sporting credentials that include triple Olympian,
World Championship medallist, 5 times European medallist and Commonwealth Champion.
At the close of his competitive days, White chose to pursue a career in sports administration
serving 11 years as the Chairman of the British Judo Association, from 2001 to 2012. He
moved onto serve internationally as the European Judo Union Head Sports Director and has
acted for 2 years as an executive member of the British Olympic Association. In total White
has four decades of experience in judo under his belt, as athlete, coach and administrator;
and continues to coach today.
In 2018, White was elected to the Council of the Sport Integrity Global Alliance (SIGA), an
organisation founded to tackle corruption in sport by industry stakeholders.
White is the Chairman for Sporting Equals, which works to promote ethnic diversity in UK
sport, and a trustee of the charity, the Tessa Sanderson Foundation.