Kelly Hanlon is the Program Director for the Templeton Honors College. Before joining the staff of the College, she worked closely with Templeton students through the Agora Institute’s Fellows Program and served on the Templeton Advisory Council.
Kelly has consulted with dozens of foundations and not-for-profits on strategic plans, fundraising, program development, and operational efficiency. Prior to her consulting work, Kelly served as the executive director of the Lehrman American Studies Center, a national faculty outreach program centered on teaching founding principles to the rising generation of college students. Kelly currently serves on the Advisory Council for the Center for Statesmanship, Law, and Liberty at the Rochester Institute of Technology in New York. Additionally, she is a member of the Scholarship Selection Committee for the McConnell Center and president of the Greater Philadelphia Alumni Association for the University of Louisville.
Having studied politics and psychology as an undergraduate at the University of Louisville, Kelly is completing her master’s degree in economics at the University of Delaware. Originally from Kentucky, Kelly currently resides in the suburbs of Philadelphia where she enjoys spending time with family and friends and hiking with her dog.