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Jeffrey A. Kellogg

Jeffrey A. Kellogg
Vice President

Trustee, Area 1


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Former Long Beach City Council member and Long Beach City College (LBCC) Alumni Hall of Fame inductee Jeff Kellogg officially assumed his duties as a member of the college's Board of Trustees in 2002 and continues to represent the northwest portion of the Long Beach Community College District Area 1. He served four terms as the President of the Board of Trustees.

Mr. Kellogg professionally specializes in Educational and Facility Master Planning; State Reporting and Accreditation Compliance for community college districts. He has assisted over 25 districts / colleges in California over the past ten years. Prior to his career in educational planning, he worked as a Corporate Services Director in commercial and investment real estate. Mr. Kellogg has the distinction of representing regional and national companies in real estate transactions in 38 states across the nation. He began his professional career after college, working in the oil industry for a Long Beach based oil drilling company. He began as a manual laborer ("Roughneck") and worked his way up through the oil field positions to eventually becoming the Vice President of Operations.

His accomplishments on the City Council included establishing the "Kid Council" and Youth in Government Programs designed to help area school students learn more about local government; organized job fairs in the Carmelitos Housing Community; authored legislation requiring a financial impact analysis of all City initiatives; the development of the landmark Long Beach Airport Noise Ordinance; worked with local employers and residents in establishing the Business Improvement Association (Bixby Knolls) and the North Long Beach Redevelopment Area; as well as spearheading the Long Beach Economic Partnership to find ways to enhance and retain businesses in the City. He was also instrumental in having the artist Wyland paint the world's largest mural called "Planet Ocean" on the Sports Arena in downtown Long Beach.

Mr. Kellogg was born and raised in the Bixby Knolls area of Long Beach. He attended Longfellow Elementary, Hughes Junior High School and Jordan High School where he was active in student government and sports. Following his days as a student at LBCC, he attended the University of Oregon on an athletic scholarship, lettering in football and earning his Bachelor of Science Degree in History. He was also honored with an Outstanding Senior Award.

Jeff Kellogg and his wife Pam have lived in the Los Cerritos area of Long Beach for the past 25 years. They are both involved in numerous organizations and causes that reflect their personal beliefs and interests. Pam owns and operates her interior design showrooms in Orange and San Diego County. Their son, Trevor, recently graduated from the University of Washington and working in Washington DC. Their daughter, Rachel, is a Nursing major at Texas Christian University (TCU) in Fort Worth.

Please contact Jeff directly with questions, input or comments on District matters at (562) 500-5333 or