Kelly Ellenburg

Campus Coordinator for Service-Learning
Office of the Provost
217 Greve Hall


Kelly Ellenburg holds a Master’s degree in Higher Education Administration from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, as well as several years of collective experience in Academic Affairs, Student Affairs, and Extension. She has worked in various leadership, coordination, and support capacities across campus, including advisor to the Tennessee Teaching and Learning Center’s (Tenn TLC) Student Forum on Learning, coordinator of the UT Learning Consortium, and academic support coach for the UT LEAD scholarship program. She has designed a number of faculty workshops and training resources on service-learning through her work with the Tenn TLC, and served on the 2010 Community Engagement Task Force, commissioned by the Office of the Provost. Kelly is also a wife and mother of two girls, ages nine and two.



Jayanni Webster

AmeriCorps VISTA Worker
217 Greve Hall


Jayanni Webster is a 2012 graduate of the College Scholars Program at the University of Tennessee, where she studied education in post-conflict societies in Africa.  From 2010-2012, she traveled and conducted field research in the northern and eastern regions of Uganda. She served as a Baker Scholar for the Howard H. Baker Center of Public Policy, president of UT’s Amnesty International chapter and is a core member of The Jazz for Justice Project, which promotes music and the arts as tools for peace-building and reconciliation in northern Uganda. In 2012 she received the Torchbearer Award for her commitment to academic achievement and social justice.