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Kelly Moreland Jones



Kelly Moreland Jones
Kelly Moreland Jones, B.A., M.Ed.
Trainer and Self Service Analyst

Kelly has been employed by Belmont in one capacity or another since August of 1991.   Most of her recent tenure has included appointments in the office of Administrative Computing and Instructional Technology.   As Trainer and Self Service Analyst Kelly provides:

  •  A generalist level of support for Banner users
  • Training for Banner-related projects and upgrades
  • Maintenance of the web site and blog
  • Backup support for WebCT

Kelly’s academic interests are generally focused on the effect technology has on societies.  Each spring during the second 8 weeks she has an opportunity to learn more about the subject with current Belmont students.  That's when Kelly teaches an online course for the University College called Technology and Society.  She studied Religion and Philosophy at the undergraduate level and Higher Education Administration in graduate school. 

When asked what she enjoys most about her work Kelly says, “I believe deeply in the virtue of a ‘Belmont education’ and I am motivated to do my part to make the experience a good one for each member of our community.   I enjoy creating and maintaining positive relationships with other Belmont folk.   My work affords me many opportunities to interact with internal and external customers across campus.   I treasure this gift most of all.”

Kelly is mom to Tucker and wife to Brian.   Spending time with them is among her greatest joys.   One of their favorite things is to go to parks with great playgrounds or the YMCA.   You may also see her around town volunteering at Christian Women’s Job Corps or The Next Door where she teaches computer classes at night.  She’s slated to be back on the Belmont Alumni Board this fall and is currently serving as a Faculty/Staff Advisor for Reach O.U.T.   On Sundays you might find her ringing handbells at church.   In between she may be seen at thrift stores, reading sassy southern novels, playing hymns on the piano, taking long walks with her son or honing her bread-making skills.



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