Keesha Blythe, Ed.D.
Dr. Keesha Blythe is a leader with proven success in assisting and supporting birth through 12th grade administrative teams in the areas of early childhood, student support and special education. Dr. Blythe began her career as a special educator in a private special education school in Maryland and later as a special education principal in the District of Columbia Public Schools. Her experiences have allowed her to put into practice her belief that all children can and must learn, “whatever it takes”.
Dr. Blythe has worked as a special education school leader in the District of Columbia Public Schools, a training and technical assistance specialist with the Office of the State Superintendent of Education and adjunct professor with Trinity University, where her knowledge and skill have been a paramount of importance to the teaching and learning of children in the District of Columbia. Currently, Dr. Blythe holds the title of Executive Director of the National Children’s Center, Early Learning and Early Intervention Center. As the Executive Director, her background includes program development and improvement, compliance and monitoring, staff development, program evaluations and resolving personnel and community issues.
Dr. Blythe holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Physiology from Howard University and a Master of Arts degree in Special Education and Human Development with an emphasis in Emotional/Behavioral Disorders from The George Washington University. Dr. Blythe also holds a Doctor of Education in Education Administration and Policy with a Legal Emphasis in Special Education Administration from Howard University.