GATEWAY CITIES COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS APPOINTS NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Friday, January 19, 2018

nancyThe Board of Directors of the Gateway Cities Council of Governments on December 6, 2017, voted to appoint Nancy Pfeffer as its Executive Director. Ms. Pfeffer has served for ten years as the COG’s Director of Regional Planning, a contract staff position. Ms. Pfeffer founded Network Public Affairs, LLC, a policy consulting practice focused on environmental and transportation issues, in 2006. Previously, she worked as a planner for the Southern California Association of Governments, as a policy analyst for ARCO, and as an environmental consultant. She holds a Bachelor’s degree from Harvard and a Master’s in Public Policy from the University of Southern California. She resides in downtown Long Beach.

The membership of the Gateway Cities Council of Governments is made up of representatives of 27 cities in southeast Los Angeles County, three County supervisors, and the Port of Long Beach. “We are very pleased to bring Nancy on board as our new Executive Director,” said Huntington Park Vice Mayor Jhonny Pineda, who serves as the President of the Gateway Cities COG. “We look forward to working with her in this new role,” said Pineda.

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