Keith Schoolcraft

Chief Guru of a COUPLE of GURUS

Keith Schoolcraft CEO of a COUPLE of GURUS

Keith Schoolcraft


About Keith Schoolcraft

Keith is a CMMC (Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification) Registered Practitioner, owner, and Chief Executive Guru of a COUPLE of GURUS. Keith holds multiple industry certifications dating way back from the days of Netware to Microsoft systems engineering certifications.

Keith started his first technology company at the age of 17. He later conceived a brilliant idea for a fun company that would succeed to become a COUPLE of GURUS (officially born February 2002).

Keith puts his experience as an engineer and a small business owner to work for his clients. His ongoing involvement with the international peer group HTG has given him extensive knowledge of the IT industry and its best practices. Keith is a visionary with practical sensibilities, making him a natural at his work in a CIO consulting capacity. By growing our relationships with local small and medium-sized businesses, Keith hopes to help those organizations transform IT into a strategic advantage.

"Keith is an extraordinary resource for technology and business issues alike. Keith’s passion for helping others shows within his business and across the myriad of clients who have engaged with him. I’m happy to have been a client and connection of Keith’s for more than 10 years." - Dan Harvey

Invite Keith To Speak At Your Next Event

Keith Schoolcraft has spoken at numerous business events such as Twin Cities Rotary EcoClub, Twin West Chamber of Commerce, EBITDA Partners, IT By Design, Pax8, and more.

Some favorite topics include:

  • CMMC & HIPAA cybersecurity and compliance
  • How technology relates to a growing business
  • How to keep remote employees engaged
  • Creating a wildly happy company culture
  • And more!

If you're interested in having Keith speak at your next event, please fill out the form below and he'll get in touch with you.

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