Keith Earley is an organization development consultant with a broad range of experience in change management, executive coaching, diversity and inclusion strategies, team building and group facilitation. He offers a strategic orientation to client support that focuses on achieving enhanced and sustainable results. Keith has worked extensively in corporate, government, legal and non-profit sectors. In 2015, he also joined the School of Public Affairs at American University and Georgetown University’s School of Continuing Studies as an adjunct faculty member. Keith has served as the Director of Diversity & Inclusion at the Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrrett & Dunner, a global intellectual property firm. Prior to that he was the Vice President—Employee Strategies & Practices in Freddie Mac’s Human Resources Division, which he assumed following 17 years of practice in Freddie Mac’s Legal Division.
Keith has a PhD in Human & Organization Systems from Fielding Graduate University. He has Masters degrees in Organizational Development from Fielding and from American University. Keith is a graduate of Rutgers University Law School and he completed his undergraduate work at Cornell University. He also has certifications in Executive Coaching, Workplace Mediation and Conflict Resolution, the Intercultural Development Inventory, the BarOn EQ-I (measuring emotional intelligence) and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.
Keith’s passions include skiing, biking, ethnic art collecting, and international travel. He has two children and three grandchildren all of whom reside in Rockville, MD.