Barrett Keene is known as a dancing fool, a Gator fan, a triathlete, a country boy, and a Christian. He is pursuing a PhD at Cornell University with concentrations in Industrial Psychology and Organizational Behavior. Barrett researches how teachers can be effective leaders within their classrooms. Barrett first got involved in serving orphans on a trip to Guatemala. He spent 18 days in Brazil last January volunteering at an orphanage. After growing up in Plant City, FL, Barrett attended the University of Florida. While attending UF, Barrett served as a national officer for FFA. Barrett was blessed to be a middle and high school Agriscience teacher in Miami and Tampa. After earning a master’s degree in Business Management from the University of South Florida, Barrett began studying at Cornell. Also, Barrett has led educational programs on leadership for more than 290,000 people since age 16. During the walk, Barrett is leading a team of researchers at Cornell as they conduct a study with more than 30 excellent middle and high school teachers across the country who are also incredible leaders. The goal is to understand more about how teachers can and do lead students.
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