Kendrick Golatt Sr. is the father of three beautiful kids: Malajah (daughter), Kendrick Jr. (son), and Karter (son). Golatt originally attended Martin High School but graduated from Red River High when the Red River Parish schools consolidated. He played his final season for the Bulldogs in 2002. He was named to the All-District Team during his Junior Season in high school.
He obtained a Bachelors of General Studies with a Concentration in Criminal Justice at Louisiana State University- Shreveport. Being committed to success, during his studies at LSUS he was named to the Chancellor’s and the Dean’s list on numerous occasions. Golatt also holds an Associate of Applied Science Criminal Justice from Bossier Parish Community College. Seeing the importance of having the tools needed to better serve the community and seeing the need to be able to make a difference that the community needs in these times, Kendrick Sr, obtained a Master of Science Criminal Justice at Grambling State University.
Before joining Caddo, Golatt served as a volunteer coach with his Alma Mater Red River High under the tutelage of Head Coach Keith Johnson for a couple of years. A year after joining Caddo, he joined on as assistant with the Lady Cowboys Basketball Program under Coach Stephen Harshaw in 2018. After serving as the lead assistant for 2 years, Golatt was named Girls Head Basketball Coach on May 19, 2020.
Rooted in his Faith and his relationship with Christ, Kendrick is a Minister at the Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church, in Shreveport, La under the leadership of Dr. Theron J. Jackson. Committed to help the youth of today’s society experience the love of Christ, Golatt is involved in a variety of Youth Ministries and enrichment activities that are designed to encourage, challenge and equip the youth to make a difference in the world while also making a difference in their lives daily. He also volunteers in a mentoring program called Man Up Monday’s, where the purpose is to help identify and personally connect with men, teens and boys; in order to promote fellowship and social interaction among males.