Keshia Price Douglas has served twenty-two years as a K-12 public school educator. She has worked as a teacher, literacy coach, school improvement specialist, assistant principal, and principal at the school level. At the regional level, she worked as a school improvement specialist for Chattahoochee-Flint RESA. Prior to coming to APS, Keshia worked as a federal programs director, Title I, Part A, and curriculum director for the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice Office of Education.
Currently, Keshia works for Atlanta Public Schools as a federal programs support specialist.
Keshia earned her Bachelor of Science in Education and Master of Education from Albany State University. She then went on to pursue and complete her Education Specialist in Curriculum & Instruction from Georgia College & State University.
As the oldest of five siblings, Keshia would always advocate for her younger brothers and sisters at school. And, now as a mother of three boys, she has grown to learn that all kids need a voice and someone supporting them in all that they do and all whom they are to become.
She is proud and honored to be a part of the Center for Equity and Social Justice.
Fun Fact: Keshia is a superb cook and loves to host dinners and parties for family and friends.