Dr. Keith Myatt is an experienced and talented Implementation Specialist and advisor for IMPACT Learning and Leading Group, LLC. Dr. Myatt has worked with over one hundred school districts in more than thirty states since 2011 to facilitate and improve professional development by implementing the School Improvement Network’s on-demand professional development tools in Edivate. He spent over a decade designing program components and supporting candidates as they developed their school leadership understanding and skills. Candidates represented dozens of school districts including Los Angeles Unified, Long Beach Unified, Compton Unified, Torrance Unified. Dr. Myatt was a member of the California Administrative Performance Assessment (CalAPA) Development committee consulting with the California Commission on Teaching Credentialing (CTC) on the development of the Administrative Performance Assessment Instruments. Currently, he is a consultant with Pearson Evaluation Systems Group as a Lead Assessor working training assessors and managing evaluation systems for Cycle 1 of the Assessment. Dr. Myatt co-authored with Dr. Randall Lindsey, and others, Culturally Proficient Education, An asset-based response to conditions of poverty, Corwin Press 2010, which provides tools and resources to meet the needs of all students, especially those in poverty. His most recent publication is Culturally Proficient Coaching, Corwin Press 2019 that blends the Tools of Cultural Proficiency with the skill set of Cognitive Coaching in support of school leaders. Dr. Myatt began teaching leadership with the California School Leadership Academy (CSLA) in 1992. CSLA provided a two-year leadership development program, and School Leadership Teams, and in conjunction with the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) delivered the Executive Leadership Conferences for school superintendents. As a Director, and Senior Project Director at the Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE) for Leadership Services he provided support and training for over 80 districts in Los Angeles County and coordinated with other county offices to deliver state-mandated leadership training.