Terry Kellogg was named President and Chief Executive Officer of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama in 2010. He joined the organization in 1982 as Vice President & Chief Actuary. He has also served as its Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President and President & Chief Operating Officer.

A member of United Way’s Executive Committee for over eight years, Kellogg has served as Chairman of the Audit Committee and as board Treasurer. He and his wife Laura are members of United Way’s Tocqueville Society.

Kellogg received his Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics from the University of Kansas. He currently serves on the boards of the Birmingham Business Alliance and the Greater Alabama Council- Boy Scouts of America. He is Past Chairman of the Business Council of Alabama . Professionally, he is a member of the American Academy of Actuaries and a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries.







2012 FORM 990

United Way of Central Alabama, Inc.
3600 8th Avenue South

P.O. Box 320189
Birmingham, AL 35232-0189
Phone: (205) 251-5131
Fax: (205) 323-8730

Drew Langloh has dedicated his career to the mission of serving the underserved through the United Way movement. This Arlington, Virginia native believes United Way is a ministry of service to others—its work is not only to help those in need but to help volunteers and donors fulfill their service needs by helping others.

With his degree in Social Work from the University of North Carolina, at Greensboro, Drew joined the United Way movement in Greensboro, NC. In 1991, he moved to Birmingham as VP Resource Development for United Way of Central Alabama and completed his MBA at Samford University. He left Birmingham for Baltimore in 1999 to become the Senior Vice President, Resource Development and Marketing for United Way of Central Maryland and in 2004, became President and Chief Professional Officer, United Way of Delaware.

He returned to Birmingham in 2008 as President, with a vision to elevate UWCA to a top model for making lasting changes to complex problems. He feels today’s problems have become so complex and deeply rooted that a different approach is needed. To solve today’s problems, he believes it will take non profit agencies, municipalities, corporations, foundations, academic and faith communities working together with a common focus.

He is a servant leader-- involved in many other community organizations including: Board of Directors of the Birmingham Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Leadership Birmingham, Leadership Alabama, Kiwanis Club of Birmingham, Children’s Hospital Committee for the Future, The Junior League Advisory Board and United Way’s Worldwide Professional Council.

United Way of Central Alabama is among the top twenty United Ways in the country in total revenue. It has just successfully completed another fundraising campaign, its largest ever, in the toughest year ever, to raise $37,270,908 million dollars for the programs and agencies it funds. Throughout his career, Langloh has helped raise over $500 million for charity.

Drew and his wife Anne Lynn live in Birmingham with their three children. He and his family are active members of the Cathedral Church of the Advent in Birmingham.

United Way of Central Alabama, Inc., formerly The Birmingham Community Chest, was organized in 1923 with 31 agencies and a goal of $450,000. Even in 1929, the year of the stock market crash, the goal was met and more than half a million dollars was raised - a remarkable amount, considering the economic conditions. In 1943, during World War II, the Birmingham Community Chest campaign raised more than $1 million for the first time. In 1956, it changed its name to the United Appeal. Two years later, the $2 million milestone was passed.

In 1969, the local organization was invited into neighboring Shelby County, and in 1970, agencies in Walker County were asked to be included as well. That year, more than $4 million was raised. In January 1985, the legal name was changed to the United Way-Community Chest of Central Alabama, Inc. In 1992, the name was changed to United Way of Central Alabama, Inc.

Throughout its history, United Way has not changed its basic purpose - to increase the organized capacity of people to care for one another and to improve their community.

Build a great community by bringing people together to help others.

To increase the organized capacity of people to care for one another and to improve their community.


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