Dr. Jason Reeves is an award-winning, P-16 educator who has been in service to the education profession for nearly two decades. Dr. Reeves is currently the Associate Director: Postsecondary Initiatives for the Partners for Rural Impact program, serving P-12 school districts across the Promise Zone within Eastern Kentucky. He is also a gubernatorial appointee to the KDE School Curriculum, Assessment and Accountability Council, member of the Education Professional Standards Board's Board of Examiners Team, and a two-term school board member for Barbourville Independent Schools.
As a higher education administrator, Dr. Reeves has provided leadership in a variety of roles including tenured faculty member, academic dean, SACS liaison, and program development/implementation/and assessment. Dr. Reeves has received numerous awards for service and excellence in the field of P-16 education including the 2022 Samuel Robinson Award for Diversity and Equity in Public Education, the 2019 KY Secretary of State's Outstanding Civic Educator Award, the 2018 David Karem Award for Educational Policy and Partnerships, and the 2016 United Methodist Association's Excellence in Teaching Award.
Outside of the classroom, Dr. Reeves enjoys reading, walking, listening to podcasts, and spending time with family.
Ed.D. Educational Leadership, University of the Cumberlands, 2011
M.Ed. Supervisor of Instruction, Union College, 2008
M.Ed. P-12 Principalship/Educational Administration Union College, 2006
Higher Education, P-12 Education, Program Planning and Accreditation, and Online Learning