Dr. Scott Fronrath currently serves as the Provost for St. Petersburg College’s Allstate Center in St. Petersburg, Florida. Where he served as an Associate Dean of Academic Affairs for Keiser University. His responsibilities included leadership and development of baccalaureate and associate degree programs in Criminal Justice, Homeland Security, Cyber Forensics, Crime Scene Technology, Forensic Investigations, Legal Studies, Business, Information Technology, and Graphic Arts and Design.
Dr. Fronrath has over 17 years of law enforcement experience. His teaching experience includes police tactics and officer survival techniques for a variety of law enforcement agencies throughout the State of Florida. He has been very involved in the community and served on several boards, committees, and labor unions: The Police Benevolent Association, International Union of Police Association, Florida Law Enforcement Canine Association, the National Police Canine Association, Inlet Grove Community High School Governing Board, and the Palm Beach County School Advisory Council. He also serves as an evaluator for the Department of Justice; Bureau of Justice Assistance, and several criminal justice organizations.
As an educational leader in today’s progressive career driven society he believes the optimal goal must be to empower students to take control of their educational journey and provide for them a focus that ensures necessary skill development designed to help them obtain a meaningful career.
He holds a Doctorate of Education degree from Nova Southeastern University in Organizational Leadership and Human Resource Management and a Master’s degree in Criminal Justice with a specialization in Public Administration.