Lisa Graham Keegan graduated from Stanford University with a degree in human language. She earned a master's degree in communication disorders from Arizona State University. Ms. Keegan was a founding member of the Education Leaders Council and was named Chief Executive Officer. She has long worked for education reform, gaining national attention for her focus on student centered funding and academic improvement. Having worked as a superintendent and at the state government level, Lisa Graham Keegan is often called to speak to Congress, State Legislative bodies, and education organizations. She is currently involved with boards and committees including the President's Commission on Title IX, Empower America, and Foundation for Teaching Economics. She regularly contributes to publications for organizations such as the Thomas B. Fordham Foundation, the Pioneer Institute, and Chronicles Magazine. Her work has been featured in Forbes, Weekly Standard, Newsweek, Wall Street Journal, and Los Angeles Times.