Dr. Keith E. Leger earned his Doctorate degree in Educational Leadership from Lamar University in 2014. He received both his Master of Education degree (1997) and Education Specialist degree in Administration and Supervision (1999) from McNeese State University. Dr. Leger earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Louisiana State University in 1993. Dr. Leger retired as a School Administrator in 2015 having also served as a Classroom Teacher, District Quality Supervisor and Federal Grant Director. He is a member of the National Beta Club Board of Directors, a lifetime member of Associated Professional Educators of Louisiana (APEL) and an active member of the American Evaluation Association. Dr. Leger served on the Louisiana Standards Review Steering Committee for English, Math and Science (2015-16) and is serving on the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education Minimum Foundation Program Task Force and the Louisiana Commission on Assessment Review and Use in Public Schools. He is a U.S. military veteran, father of four children and married to Jennifer. Dr. Leger is the owner and manager of High Quality Program Improvement & Evaluation (www.hqpie.com).