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Kelechi Benet, MFA

Assistant Professor, Communication
864.663.0057 Ext. 1057
kelechi.benet@ngu.edu
Unit: Communication
Location: Tigerville, SC

"Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”  ― Martin Luther King Jr.
  • Teaching & Education

    Create with me when taking courses in film, television, and radio. 

    Degrees

    • BA, North Greenville University
    • MFA, Film-Television, Regent University 
  • Professional Experience

    My experiences include working at Benedict College, Communication and Arts Department. Instructor, Radio and TV station manager. Shorter University, Communication, College of Humanities and Social Sciences. Assistant Professor of Communication. South Carolina State University, Department of English & Modern language, Mass Communication. Instructor, Production Coordinator.

  • Articles Published

    “In Search of the Promise Land: a documentary” Regent University, 2009 

    Short Films/Video Productions

    • “Traffic Jam” 2006
    • “Casual Contact” 2007
    • “Order” 2008
    • “QEP” 2012
    • “Virtual Orientation” 2020
  • Awards Received
    • Aegis Video and Film Production Award 2006, Traffic Jam
    • African-American Film Festival Award 2007, Casual Contact
  • My Story

    I was born In Greenville, SC. Growing up in the area, I saw my future as a businessman. However, I later saw life in film production. As a kid, I’ve always liked learning new things. What I did not know was that I would one day become a college professor. As God knows our life and journey better than we do, it was Him who guided me through some rough times in my life to produce what and who I am today. I am grateful that my parents are still and alive and I see them almost every Sunday after church.

    I am married to a wonderful woman, Emelyn. We have no children, yet. 

    I graduated from a great university, North Greenville University. Coming back to the place that that many professors have made a big difference in my life is a dream come true. I remain excited that I am in a position to share my passion for learning and love for filmmaking.

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