What year did you start working at Baylor Athletics?
Where is your hometown?
Winthrop Harbor, Ill.
Best part of the job:
The people. I love being a resource for our administration, coaches, student-athletes, parents and fans in efforts to help them understand and navigate NCAA rules.
NCAA Bylaw 19.01.5. Individuals employed by or associated with member institutions for the administration, the conduct or the coaching of intercollegiate athletics are, in the final analysis, teachers of young people. Their responsibility is an affirmative one, and they must do more than avoid improper conduct or questionable acts. Their own moral values must be so certain and positive that those younger and more pliable will be influenced by a fine example. Much more is expected of them than of the less critically placed citizen.
More about Keith:
My family Heather (wife), Zoe (daughter) and Fisher (son) are members of Central United Methodist Church. I have practiced my Christian mission for a number of years using the sport of fishing with local youth and families. I have been involved on state level being named a Texas Parks & Wildlife Area Chief for the past six years. In addition to working directly with kids, I also have conducted several fishing marathons in efforts to fundraise to provide fishing equipment to those less privileged. The longest streak running 1,000 consecutive days in a row catching a fish using only lures (which has been pointed out by some organizations as being the world record). I have also been a nominee for the Texas Fishing Hall of Fame and recognized by the state as one of a handful of Elite Anglers.