Keith E. Robinson, EdD is Founder, Principal, President, CEO and Senior Associate with K Edward Robinson and Associates. Dr. Robinson is also a highly decorated Navy Veteran. While on active duty he earned both his Enlisted Surface Warfare and Air Warfare designator pins and was awarded the Navy Commendation Medal, Navy Achievement Medal, Joint Service Achievement Medal, Navy Good Conduct Medal (4 stars) and a host of other meritorious accolades. He departed the Navy a lauded “master instructor” and his teaching portfolio includes quality management, leadership, fundamentals of total quality management, continuous process improvement, methods for managing quality, systems approach to process improvement, team effectiveness and team skills. He currently serves as Senior Education Specialist in the Center for Education and Training, in that capacity he is responsible for all management training and general skills development for the D.C. Courts’ 1000 plus employees. Dr. Robinson’s areas of expertise include organizational leadership and management training, staff development, organizational leadership, leadership and management training program development, cross training and development, succession planning and implementation strategy, talent management and intelligence, and quality management. Dr. Robinson is certified to administer the Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator (MBTI), and Thomas-Kilman Conflict Modes. He also completed a 4-day certificate program in coaching sponsored by ASTD.
Dr. Robinson is an Adjunct Professor at George Mason University in the area of management in the School of Management. And, is an Adjunct Professor at the University Of Maryland at University College, where he has taught upper level undergraduate management courses including strategic management: advanced business models (capstone course), management and organization theory, organizational behavior, leading change, business ethics, and customer service management for twelve years. Dr. Robinson has earned 5 nominations in 7 years for the distinguished Stanley J. Drazek Teaching Excellence Award. He received a letter of commendation within his first 45 days of hire, and rated 35th among 808 professors at the University of Maryland University College.