Travis Loggins-Santiago is the dean of students at Kelly Miller Middle School. He has more than fifteen years of professional experience working with youth and families. From 2006 to the present, find he has dedicated his life to mentoring youth and helping families. He supports mentoring programs dedicated toward changing the way youth view society.
He not only mentors youth but also mentors parents by giving them parenting strategies through Common Sense Parenting techniques. In addition, he coaches Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) basketball for First Baptist Church of Glenarden. He often presents at career days in elementary and middle schools in different areas throughout the Washington metropolitan area.
A native of Florida, Loggins-Santiago received two bachelor of science degrees in criminology and sociology from Florida State University in 2005 and 2006; and he earned a master’s degree in international security from Trinity Washington University in April 2013. In addition, he also obtained a master’s degree in criminal justice management from the University of Maryland University College in May 2015.