Keith Ross has worked in this field for over 25+ years as an ESE Special Education Teacher/Autism. Ross’s experience started in 1998 while working for DoDDS in both Japan and Korea. Working for the Department of Education gave him the experience and insight needed to work with this population. Having patience and knowledge is key to the success of our students.
As a Student Support Specialist at CIP, Keith helps with the academic and social skills aspect of the center. Getting to work with these amazing students is rewarding. Keith Ross has earned a Masters’s Degree in Severe Profoundly Disabilities from Norfolk State University in Norfolk, Virginia. Ross also holds a B. A. in Criminology while attending NSU on a baseball scholarship. Ross was a standout baseball player for NSU and was Player of the Year in 1992.
Outside of work, Ross is a baseball trainer and mentor for young adults. He enjoys watching his son DeAmez play baseball at Florida State University. Working out and spending time at the beach with his wife is also relaxing.