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Simpson County Technical Center is very proud to welcome Bri Kelly as Law & Public Safety Instructor. Bri, a Mendenhall native is excited to be able to teach in her hometown! She is happily married and has a son who is about to start kindergarten at Mendenhall Elementary.
Bri got her start 10 years ago at New Hebron Fire Department, and it progressed from there. She found her passion for emergency medicine and began EMT basic school in 2013, then Paramedic school in 2015. She also studied Pre-Med studies at Mississippi College. She was hired with AMR in 2014 and is still currently employed, where she works Simpson and Hinds counties. She also teaches EMT at Co-Lin Simpson County campus. Prior to coming to Simpson County, Bri taught Law and Public Safety at Hattiesburg High School for three years. She has had many accomplishments in her career: Phi Theta Kappa member, Letter J recipient, Jones Paramedic Academic Student of the Year, Beta Club sponsor, Archery coach, SkillsUSA member, IC3 certified, NIMS 100,100leb,200,700,800 certified, CERT Instructor, Amazing Educator Award for Hattiesburg Public Schools, and Life Saver. In her off time she enjoys hunting, fishing and being outdoors.
Bri looks forward to teaching the next generation about the fields she have come to love, and watching each student flourish! We wish her a very prosperous career at Simpson County Tech Center!