Kelley, a 1987 graduate of Boston College, returned to his alma mater in September 1991 as the assistant sports information director. In December 1991, Kelley was promoted to assistant athletics director for media relations at Boston College.
Kelley's duties at BC include serving as the primary contact for men's basketball, serving as the secondary contact for ice hockey and men's soccer, writing and editing numerous media guides, supervising interns and work-study students, serving as office liaison with the Varsity Club Hall of Fame and assisting in all aspects of office operations.
During his tenure at The Heights, Kelley has been involved with numerous NCAA championships for the men's basketball and men's ice hockey teams. In addition, Kelley served as assistant media coordinator for the 1999 East Region First and Second Rounds that Boston College hosted at the FleetCenter.
Upon receiving his bachelor's degree in communication and political science in 1987, Kelley remained at Boston College, serving as the sports information graduate assistant for two years, while earning his master's degree. As graduate assistant, Kelley served as the Eagles' media representative during their run to the semifinal round of the 1988 National Invitation Tournament.
In July 1989, Kelley entered the sports information field on a full-time basis, accepting a position as assistant sports information director at nearby Boston University. Kelley was the men's soccer, men's basketball and baseball contact for the Terriers.
Kelley previously served as an instructor in Boston College's Communication Department, teaching one newswriting course.
Kelley, a native of Andover, Mass., is a member of the College Sports Information Directors of America and the U.S. Basketball Writers Association.