Romeo Agbalog is Executive Director of the Kern County Farm Bureau, an organization that for over a century has focused on advocating, educating, supporting, and promoting the interests of one of the top agriculture-producing counties in the Nation. Prior to joining the Farm Bureau, he served as Executive Director of Kern Citizens for Sustainable Government (KCSG), a local non-profit public policy organization focused on developing and promoting policies that support economic growth, efficient stewardship of taxpayer resources, and accountability at all levels of government. Before joining KCSG, Romeo served as the Senior District Representative for Senate Minority Leader Emeritus Jean Fuller (R-Bakersfield), where he assisted Senator Fuller in serving constituents of the 16th Senate District on legislation, policy, and regulatory matters. Romeo previously held positions with the Greater Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce as Manager of Governmental Affairs, Community Resources Manager with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, and Field Representative for former Kern County First District Supervisor Jon McQuiston. A lifelong resident of Delano and an alumnus of Bakersfield College, Agbalog has a wealth of board and governance experience. He is currently the President of the Kern Community College District Board of Trustees, the largest community college district in terms of area in the United States and services a student population of over 40,000 students, as well as a Civil Service Commissioner for the County of Kern, and having held previous board positions with the Delano Union School District, the Foundation Board for Bakersfield College’s Delano Campus Center, and the Bakersfield College Foundation Board.