Edward (Ned) Boehm, Jr., Ed.D., is President Emeritus of Keystone College. Since his arrival on campus in 1995, Keystone has been transformed into a vibrant, thriving learning community, a journey marked by growth, progress, accolades, and distinction.
Prior to arriving at Keystone, he served as Senior Vice President of Institutional Advancement at Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia. Prior to Marshall, Dr. Boehm held positions at Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas, and American University, Washington, D.C.
Dr. Boehm is a graduate of Frostburg State University, Frostburg, Maryland. His master’s and doctoral degrees are from American University.
Dr. Boehm, a very active member of the Scranton area community, was named 2004 Leader of the Year by Leadership Lackawanna, was a recipient of the 2008 Greater Scranton Interdependence Award, the 2005 Rotary Service Award for Professional Excellence, and was featured by the Kiwanis Club of Scranton at their Community Roast in 2008. He serves as a Commissioner for the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, Board President of the Northeastern Pennsylvania Technology Institute, and participates as a member of the Scranton Area Foundation Advisory Council, Board of Directors for the Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Universities, and the Colonial States Athletic Conference Presidents Council. Dr. Boehm is a member of The Pennsylvania Society, the United Nations Association of Northeastern Pennsylvania, the Scranton Lackawanna Industrial Building Company (SLIBCO), and Board of Directors of the Frostburg State University Foundation.
Dr. Boehm and his wife
Dr. Boehm's leadership style and accomplishments have been profiled in the
His leadership style was also cited in the book Power Thinking: How the Way You Think Can Change the Way You Lead, Jossey Bass, 2004, as an example of the strategies leaders can use to strengthen their organizations.