Graduate Academic Advising

Amy Morgan

Amy Morgan graduated with an MDiv in Counseling, Licensure Track, from NOBTS in 2011. She serves as the Associate Dean of Students and has been teaching graduate-level counseling courses as an adjunct instructor since spring 2015. Amy is originally from Baton Rouge, but she and her husband Steve have lived in New Orleans on and off since 2008. She loves the city, especially the Mid City area, with a soft spot for City Park and Morning Call. Amy counsels part-time on top of being a PhD student in Psychology and Counseling and thinks that advising is one of the best parts of her job. email:

Andrew Bailey

Andrew Bailey graduated with an MDiv in Christian Apologetics from NOBTS in 2013. He is a PhD student in Theology, serves as the Registrar's Administrator, and works with the Institute for Christian Apologetics. Andrew grew up the son of IMB missionaries in Guatemala, but loves living in the Crescent City with his wife and daughter. He loves to go to Frenchmen Street, look for a great deal on vinyl records, and eat at Dat Dog. He is passionate about helping students find ways to defend their faith and engage with culture. email:

Jody Heneghan

A native New Orleanian, Jody spent most of his formative years in Da Parish, a term you’ll learn while here in New Orleans. Jody graduated from NOBTS with both a Bachelor of Arts in Pastoral Ministry in December of 2001 and a Master of Divinity with a specialization in Expository Preaching in December 2010. Jody has served as a Graduate Academic Counselor since March 2006 and believes that helping students is more than a job and nothing short of an extension of his ministry. Jody’s experience enables to him to assist students of all disciplines. He also serves as a bi-vocational pastor in a local church and is passionate about preaching and teaching the Word of God. He and his wife Jennie have four beautiful daughters. When he is able, Jody loves to explore the Louisiana bayous and bays while fishing the day away. email: