Keith Adams has over 20 yearsí experience as an educational leader and coach. He graduated with a B.S. in History from Bowie State University, received a M.A. in Teaching from Grand Canyon University, received Educational Leadership Certification from Hood College, He is also a Certified Athletic Administrator through the NIAAA and is currently working on his Doctoral Degree in Educational Leadership with an emphasis is in Organizational Development from Grand Canyon University.

In 2009, he founded the Coach Keith Adams: Student Athletes Valuing Education Project (CKA SAVE Project), a nonprofit organization designed to assist students and the people who work with them through educational and professional development. The CKA SAVE Project offers several professional services including academic and athletic consulting, educational research, as well as conducting school and community workshops on topics relating to the student-athlete experience. In addition, the CKA SAVE Project hosts athletic events designed to showcase the positive aspect of athletic competition.

As a secondary educator, Mr. Adams has taught both Middle and High School Social Studies while also serving in several school-based leadership positions including Team Leader and Department Head. Mr. Adams was named a Dunkin Donuts Community Hero in 2013. In addition, Mr. Adams has also served as an Athletic Director, as well as a Varsity and Junior Varsity Basketball Coach. As a High School Coach Basketball Adamsí teams won Division, Regional, and State Championships as well as being named Montgomery County (MD) Coach of the Year in 2004.

As a post-secondary educator, Mr. Adams has researched NCAA Division I student-athlete motivation, taught a graduate level course on Sports Marketing as well as serving as a consulting to several athletic programs. Mr. Adams also served as an assistant menís basketball at Hood College where he helped lead them to a Conference Championship as well an appearance in the NCAA Basketball Tournament. Adams was inducted to the Hood College Hall of Fame.

Adams resides in Maryland with his wife Timasha and his son Keith Jr.























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