This Paterson, NJ native is an alumnus of the Class of ’84. Keith was a top graduate that year and was a full participant in the Eastside High School Experience. A junior when Principal Joe Clark first walked the halls with his bullhorn Keith was an advocate for the new changes. To this day Keith is proud to say he is from Paterson and graduated from EHS.
Keith went on to Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. There he majored in Graphic Design and Fine Arts. As the Delta Iota Chapter President of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Keith lead the way in producing the largest Greek Step show in the history of New Jersey. With that successful project came the opportunity to win State Chapter of the Year and to present eight $5,000k scholarships to young black HS seniors.
Keith started his career working in the print and design industries as an Art Director and then moved on to teach and manage technology in printing.
Now Keith is a National Technical and Business Analyst for a major retail company. As a creative person at heart Keith is also a screenwriter who has written for motion pictures and is currently working on a few screenplays. For fun he is a member of a comedy improvisation group in the Charlotte area and has performed regionally for a few years now.
For the last 10 years Keith has lived in the Charlotte NC area with his wife and 3 children.
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