Director, Instructional Technology
Jason Bennett is the Director of Instructional Technology & Design for Campbell University Online Education. He is a Buies Creek native and after graduating from Campbell University and spending nearly a decade in the public school system, he returned to Campbell in January 2013 as an instructional designer. Jason received his Master’s of Education in Instructional Technology from East Carolina University and works with Campbell University faculty on Blackboard training and on certifications for blended and online courses. He loves to be a part of the intersection where education and technology meet and believes that much can be gained by providing students with more engaging ways to learn and think.
Jason lives in Harnett County with his wife, Brittany, their son, Nehemiah, and a beagle named Cooper. He delights in volunteering at his church and being involved in several outreach ministries. In his free time, Jason enjoys reading, watching or attending sporting events, and spending time with his family.
Molly Miller is an Instructional Designer for Campbell University Online. She provides a wide range of support in educational technology and principles of andragogy for course and faculty development. She has a passion for online learning and feels that learners need to be challenged with application based content to prepare them for their future careers. Molly has a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education and Special Education from Edinboro University. She received her Master’s of Education in Training and Development from North Carolina State University. Prior to joining the team at Campbell Online, Molly taught in the Wake County Public School System in Cary, NC.
Molly lives in Apex, NC with her husband, Fred. They are originally from Pennsylvania- GO STEELERS! In her free time, she enjoys reading a good Nicholas Sparks novel, watching NC State sports, traveling, and spending time with family.