Kelly McGinnis Morello, EK
VICE PRESIDENT OF FINANCE
HOMETOWN: Boyertown, PA
STRENGTHS: Communication, Strategic, Analytical, Responsibility, Woo
I am passionate about helping other people. It’s why I work in HR and volunteer in a variety of ways. I love seeing individuals succeed, accomplish their goals and be recognized for their contributions. I enjoy seeing the smile on their face, hearing the excitement in their voice and seeing the spring in their step when they are engaged and performing at their best.
Kelly McGinnis Morello, served her collegiate chapter at Millersville University, PA, as song/sunshine chairman, treasurer, 10-year anniversary chairman and standards chairman. On campus, she served as vice president of Order of Omega and corresponding secretary of student senate. She graduated in 1998 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a concentration in accounting. Kelly graduated magna cum laude from Villanova University in 2005 with a master’s degree in human resource development and completed her MBA at Penn State Great Valley in 2014. She has earned her Senior Professional in Human Resources certification and holds a Project Management Professional certification.
Upon graduation, she traveled as a leadership consultant for the Sorority. As a founding member of the Greater Valley Forge Alumnae Chapter, Kelly has served as president, treasurer and ritual chairman. She currently serves as alumnae chapter Panhellenic delegate for the Philadelphia Area Alumnae Panhellenic (PAAP) and is the PAAP treasurer.
A national volunteer since 1999, she was Epsilon Kappa membership advisor in 1999, Epsilon Kappa chapter advisor 1999-04, province director 2000-02, District 2 Advantage coaching team leader 2002-04, District 2 district facilitator 2004-07, volunteer recruitment and placement team leader 2007-08, vice president of membership 2008-12 and presently serves as vice president of finance. She has also participated in extension presentations, served as a delegate at seven national conventions, facilitated several leadership development institutes and has been a presenter at numerous District Day events. Kelly was honored with the Agape Award at the 2006 national convention.
Professionally, Kelly is the vice president of Communications and Operations for Ocugen, a biotechnology company located in the greater Philadelphia region. She also serves as president for the Philadelphia Society of People and Strategy. She resides in Romansville, PA, with her son, Drew.