Most recently, Jones served as an assistant professor at Mississippi State University, specializing in poultry production and poultry disease diagnostics. Earlier in her career she spent four years as a technical services poultry veterinarian at Aviagen.
"Since 2009, Kelli has served as a consulting technical veterinarian for Ceva," said Gary Baxter, Ceva vice president of sales and marketing. "She is familiar with our products and is committed to delivering superior service and support to our customers. The research and fieldwork she has completed shows that she is dedicated and passionate about fighting disease and improving poultry health. She is a great addition to our team."
Jones has been asked to speak frequently on poultry research projects including her recent work on hen diuresis syndrome. In 2012 she was named the first recipient of the World Veterinary Poultry Association's Young Veterinarian Award. Jones received her DVM from Louisiana State University and her MAM (Masters of Avian Medicine) from The University of Georgia.Jones lives in Flora, Miss. with her husband, Corey, also a veterinarian, and her two children, Hayden and Alex.