Get to Know Kathleen

Kathleen Causey Bio

Kathleen Causey has lived in Baltimore County’s third district for nearly 25 years. She is a business owner and proud parent of three Baltimore County Public School students and alumni.  

Kathleen’s 25-year career is marked by strong analytical and organizational skills, creativity, enthusiasm and success as a team member and a team leader. She utilizes interpersonal and communication skills to understand goals, gather relevant data, brainstorm options, research solutions, employ consensus and implement the established plan. 

In 2015, Kathleen was appointed to the Baltimore County Board of Education by Governor Hogan. She subsequently joined the Maryland Association of Boards of Education, completing numerous professional development courses including: 

  • New Board Member Training  
  • PARCC Assessments 
  • Understanding the Work of State Board 
  • Appeals Process 
  • Communications Guide for School Boards
  • Superintendent Search Presentation
  • M.A.B.E Conference Workshops and Committees (2015, 2016, 2017) 
  • National School Board Conference Workshops and Continuing Education (2016, 2017, 2018) 

Since 2008, Kathleen has served as owner and real estate project manager for Corbett Overlook 2, LLC. Prior to owning her Baltimore County-based company, Kathleen spent several years as a Residential Realtor and nearly a decade as an information technology consultant managing marketing and sales, configuration, and training and support programs for information technology systems for variety of organizations in a broad range of industries including: healthcare, education, government, legal services, financial services, electronic manufacturers and software companies. 

Kathleen is a product of the public school system, attending Alexandria City Public Schools from elementary to high school. She is a graduate of Virginia Tech, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Management Information Systems. 


As school board members, why we do what we do? Video released about the work of school boards at the 2017 NSBA Annual Conference.