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Board Members

 Keilley Meng
Keilley Meng, President
Ms. Keilley Meng was elected to the Garvey Board of Education in 2015 to a four-year term.
Henry Lo
Henry Lo, Board Vice President
Mr. Henry Lo was elected to the Garvey Board of Education in 2003 and re-elected in 2007, 2011, and 2015. A graduate of Colby College in Maine. Henry has worked in public service for the past 13 years and was previously a staffer for State Senator Gloria Romero from 1999 to 2010. Mr. Lo has served as Board liaison to the District's Head Start Policy Committee and was instrumental in initiating and implementing the Garvey Education Foundation, a non-profit organization that serves the students of the district. Since the Foundation began, it has raised over $40,000 for Garvey District academic and extra curriculum programs. He was also very actively involved in the successful 2004 Bond Q campaign. He is very supportive of community partnerships in education and efforts for student achievement in every school of the Garvey School District.
Ronald Trabanino
Ronald Trabanino, Board Clerk
Mr. Trabanino was elected to the Garvey School Board of Education in 2013 to a four-year term and re-appointed to a four-year term in 2017.
 John Nunez
John H. Nunez, Board Member

Mr. John H. Nunez was appointed to the Garvey Board of Education in 2017 to serve a four-year term.  He previously served as Garvey Board member in 1981 and 1993. Mr. Nunez has served on the County Committee on School District Organization for the past 20 years, representing the L.A. County First Supervisorial District.  During that time, he has dedicated considerable effort to community service work through a wide variety of projects, boards and offices. 


Some highlights include:

  • L.A. County Committee on School District Organization, 1996-present (Chair, Vice Chair, and Policy & Nominations Committees)
  • Garvey School District Board of Education, 1981-1985, 1993-2002 (President, Vice President, Clerk, Advisory Committee) and 2018-2022.
  • Alhambra Education Foundation Board Member
  • Alhambra Unified School District Board of Education, 2002-2005 (President, Vice President, Clerk)
  • Elected to the Rosemead City Council, 2005-2009 (3-times as Mayor Pro Tem)
  • San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments, Regional Representative
  • Southern California Association of Governments, Committee on Energy and Human Development
  • National School Boards Association (NSBA), Federal Government Relations Committee, 2003, 31st Congressional District Chair
  • California Schools Boards Association (CSBA), Delegate Assembly for Region 23-A, 2000, 2005-Present
  • Los Angeles County School Trustees Association (LACSTA, District 9), 2000, 2005--Present (Director, Nominations and Planning Committee), 2018-2022
  • Garvey Council PTA (Co-President)
  • Two PTA Honorary Service Awards
  • Rosemead Rebels Football League (Assistant Coach)
  • CSBA Certificate for Master in Boardsmanship
  • Association of California School Administrators (ACSA), Golden Apple Award
  • U.S. Army Veteran (Airborne Infantry), 1969-1971, Honorable Discharge



Vinh Ngo
Vinh T. Ngo, Board Member

Mr. Vinh Ngo is Senior Vice President, West Region Risk Executive for the Commercial Real Estate Bank at Bank of America. Prior to this, Mr. Ngo held various leadership roles in Underwriting, Relationship Management, and Risk Management at the Bank in Southern California. 


Mr. Ngo was appointed to serve a four-year term as a Governing Board Member of the Garvey Board of Education in December 2017. He is also the current Board President of the Garvey Education Foundation, which raises money for local school activities benefiting students and teachers in the Garvey School District.


A Garvey alumni and local San Gabriel Valley resident since 1979, Mr. Ngo is a passionate community leader. He is an active volunteer for the Chinatown Service Center since 2006 and currently serves on their Board; a mentor with Asian American Professional Association’s Mentorship Program; 5th Grade bi-monthly guest reader at Baldwin School since 1999; and held leadership roles with Bank of America's Asian Leadership Employee Network, which promotes and fosters employee development as well as community outreach.