Keyth Harrison, UniServ Coordinator


Keyth L. Harrison, MSL

(901) 305-2467 (cell)

TEA UniServ Coordinator, District 18/19

P.O. Box 17478
Memphis, TN 38187

UEA is happy to welcome Mr. Keyth Harrison to Memphis and Shelby County, Tennessee.

Keyth Harrison is a former 4th grade and 6th grade English teacher for the Clark County School District in Las Vegas, Nevada. He earned his Bachelors in elementary education at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, and returned to his native town of Las Vegas in order to teach students labeled at risk.

Keyth is a 2002 graduate of the NEA UniServ intern Program and has been a UniServ Director with the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) since November of 2002. While working at NCAE, Keyth earned both a Master's and certificate in organization development.

In North Carolina, Keyth was the state coordinator for the Education Support Professionals (ESP) Division and a member of several NEA cadres including Family-School-Community Partnerships (FSCP), Public Engagement Project (PEP), and NEA Center for Organizing - Advocacy. Keyth also trains as a member of the NEA Community Conversations cadre, and has led several moderator and recorder trainings across the country.

Keyth will be serving the members of Shelby County Schools as well as the members of the municipality school districts' education associations.

Keyth is assigned to represent the following schools for UEA:

  1. Barret's Chapel Elementary
  2. Bolton High
  3. Colonial Hearing/Vison Center
  4. Dexter Elementary
  5. Dexter Middle
  6. Downtown Elementary
  7. Germantown Elementary
  8. Germantown High
  9. Germantown Middle
  10. Highland Oaks Elementary
  11. Highland Oaks Middle
  12. Hope Academy
  13. Jeter (E.E.) Elementary
  14. Kate Bond Middle
  15. Lowrance Elementary
  16. Lucy Elementary
  17. Macon Hall Elementary
  18. Mt. Pisgah Middle
  19. Northaven Elementary
  20. Shrine School
  21. Southwind Elementary
  22. Southwind High
  23. Whitehaven Elementary
  24. Wooddale High
  25. Woodstock Middle

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