Clinical Faculty Advisor

Dr. Keisha K. Scott


Dr. Keisha K. Scott is a clinical faculty advisor for the Center of Excellence for Educator Preparation and Innovation at Voorhees University. She is adept at utilizing and enhancing her knowledge of the South Carolina College and Career Readiness Standards to increase the academic achievement of students as well as educate and support teachers with implementing best practices.

In addition to working with the EPI Center, Dr. Scott is also an advanced academic programs elementary consultant for Richland School District One in Columbia, S.C. Since 2016, she has worked with Richland One to create and revise the gifted elementary English Language Arts curriculum as well as review and select the gifted elementary mathematics curriculum. She also coordinated the Young Einstein Summer Institute. In her previous work for Richland One from 2007-2015, she was a mathematics instructional advocate and lead teacher. In 2012-2013, she attended the Richland One Visionary Leadership Academy. Dr. Scott’s impressive resume also includes a stint in School District Five of Lexington & Richland Counties for one year as a math coach at Harbison West Elementary School.  

Dr. Scott is a member of the Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, National Education Association, South Carolina Education Association, and South Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics.  

Her educational accolades include earning a Doctor of Education in curriculum, instruction, and assessment in 2021 from Walden University, a  Master of Education in educational administration in 2013 from the University of South Carolina, a Master of Education in classroom leadership in 2010 from Southern Wesleyan University, and a Bachelor of Science in elementary education in 2007 from Benedict College.

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