Kelly McVeigh is a higher education leader in innovative information and instructional technologies, instructional and learning space design, and distance education. She mentors, coaches, and leads a highly skilled, distributed information and instructional technology team that delivers exceptional learning, technology, and security solutions – resulting in increased student achievement, improved organizational operations, and award-winning performance. Highly effective at strategic planning, and tactical execution with a unique skill set including academic administration, information technology administration, change management, policy analysis and development, curriculum development and faculty professional development. Committed to issues of access, equity, and quality, and to engaging resources to develop a culture of trust, teamwork, creative problem solving, and daring leadership.
Kelly is the Vice President for Information and Instructional Technology at Delaware Technical Community College. Before this role she served as the Director for the Center for Creative Instruction at Delaware Tech. She was previously the Director for Digital Innovation and eLearning at Fort Lewis College in Durango, CO and the Director of Academic Technology Services at Immaculata University in Malvern, PA.
She is currently working on her Doctor of Education from the University of Delaware. She holds a Master of Education from Widener University and a Bachelor of Science in Education from West Chester University of Pennsylvania. She is an active member of the Educause community.