Morgan Kelly completed his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with Honors at the Johns Hopkins University, followed by his Law and Masters Degrees (Psychology) at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Law and Psychology Program. In addition to being Treasurer and General Counsel at Omni, Morgan has served on several Boards of Directors of Social Services organizations, and previously served as President of the Nebraska Association of Homes and Services for Children, as faculty on the Nebraska State Bar Association’s Leadership Academy, and previously served for six years on the Bar Association’s Legislative Committee. He is admitted to practice in Nebraska State and Federal Courts and the United States Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit.
In addition to coordinating quality of care research with a major national managed care company, Morgan has supervised several graduate and undergraduate students in community-based, psycho-legal research from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Law and Psychology Program, the University of Omaha’s Department of Criminal Justice, and Texas Christian University’s Department of Psychology. Morgan has published articles in professional psychology journals, presented original psychological research at national conferences, and given numerous presentations on psycho-legal issues arising in community-based mental health. He is an alumni in the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Citizens’ Academy, and is a Kansas City Barbeque Society Certified Barbeque Judge.