Keisha Burrington is a faculty member of the ADU OTA program. After obtaining an Occupational Therapy Assistant degree from ADU in 2007 (formerly known as Florida Hospital College of Health Sciences), she spent time working as a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant in an outpatient rehabilitation clinic for five years. She later returned to Adventist University of Health Sciences (ADU) to obtain a bachelor’s degree of health sciences in 2011 while serving clients in the clinic and in home health settings. In 2012 Keisha returned to ADU once again to graduate with a Master’s of Occupational Therapy degree in 2014. Once she completed her Occupational Therapy degree she ventured into the field of Neuroscience where she worked with clients experiencing neurological injuries. Keisha has significant knowledge and understanding in many areas that she carries from her education at ADU as well as from her work experience in the field of occupational therapy.