Meet the Staff

Lee V. Moon

Instructional Designer

Lee Moon grew up in Fairburn, Georgia, as a “Delta kid,” traveling and corresponding with pen pals across the globe. She was also an “Elder’s kid” at the church any time the doors were open. She studied English, Journalism, and Business at Auburn University before moving to Cincinnati to earn a Master’s in Religious Education with a concentration in Journalism from Cincinnati Bible Seminary.

When her former youth minister started the Christian Campus Fellowship at UWG, Lee moved home to Georgia to work in the ministry, and fell in love with the Carrollton community and West Georgia in general. Lee got a package deal when she married her husband, Tim, in 1996 and worked with him to raise his daughters. While raising them, Lee went back as a non-traditional student to earn her Master’s in English at UWG.

After receiving her second masters, Lee taught English for UWG and English and Journalism for Atlanta Christian College (now Point University). Later, working as a Girl Scout Field Executive, Lee learned management and training skills in addition to all the software necessary to keep track of the troops in two counties. Time as an office manager clarified Lee’s affinity for working with technology before she finally found her dream job as an instructional designer at West Georgia Technical College. In instructional design, all of Lee’s favorite skills come together: organization, technology, creativity, and attention to detail. She is thrilled to exercise those skills and learn new ones every day as she works with the team at USG eCampus!

Lee’s husband is also her dive buddy, and together, they are always looking for new dive adventures. Their most surreal encounter so far was a face-to-face meeting with a hammerhead, but spotted eagle rays and turtles bring them joy as well. Lee and Tim spend their time at home spoiling their dogs and grandchildren. Outside of work, Lee avoids being mistaken as a grown-up--she loves leading children’s worship; playing in the dirt; blowing bubbles (both diving and soap bubbles!); and reading young adult series, especially anything Harry Potter.

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