WBS Hires New VP for Business Affairs

Wesley Biblical Seminary welcomes Ethan Kelly as the new Vice President of Business Affairs. Ethan brings to WBS tremendous wisdom and ability in institutional finances. He is a native Mississippian with a B.A. from Asbury University, J.D. from Mississippi College School of Law, and CIMA® from Yale School of Management and the Investments and Wealth Institute.  

Prior to joining WBS, Ethan spent several years as an investment advisor in Ridgeland, Mississippi and practiced law at Kelly Law Office, P.C. in Brandon, Mississippi. He currently is the CEO at Providence Capital Management LLC, where he helps clients in their financial planning.   

Over the years, Ethan and his family have been supporters of WBS and have been impacted by faculty and friends of the seminary. “I truly enjoy the opportunity to serve at Wesley Biblical Seminary. The seminary has a solid financial foundation that we would like to build on. Our goal is to design a sustainable financial future that meets the needs of students in seminary education for years to come,” Ethan said. 

Stephanie, Ethan’s wife of five years, whom he met at Asbury College, is excited to see her husband in this vital role at WBS. They are active members at Christ United Methodist Church in Jackson, and they reside in Northeast Jackson. Wesley Biblical Seminary welcomes the Kelly’s to the seminary with expectations that the Lord will bless their lives through this seminary community.  

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