Board of Trustees District 9
|Ken E. Lloyd|
District 9, Secretary
Retired from GE
Term expires November 2020
Resident of Spring
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Ken Lloyd was elected to District 9 of the Lone Star College System Board of Trustees in 2014.
Lloyd's passion and vocation is Service. Philippians 2:3 – Let nothing be done through selfish ambition or conceit; but in lowliness of mind let each esteem others better than himself. Let each of you look out not only for his own interests, but also for the interest of others.
Lloyd's civic and professional services include: Lamar University Student Advisory Board; Harris County Elections - Precinct Chair, Presiding and Alternate Presiding Judge; Champion Forest Baptist Church – Kids and Youth Ministry, Finance Committee, Deacon Board, Pastor Search Committee; Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Canadian Heavy Oils Association; and American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturing.
Lloyd's career can be attributed to the great Texas public education and U.S. industrial systems that provided the education, skill sets and expertise to best serve the industries that are major influencers of the U.S. GDP.
Lloyd received a B.S. Degree in Chemical Engineering from Lamar University in Beaumont.
The U.S. industry employers that provided additional education, skills, and expertise were: Dow Chemical - Chemical & Petrochemical Processing, Project Management, and Power Generation; Union Oil of California - Petroleum Refining & Process Technologies, and Fuels; Occidental Petroleum Services Inc. - Oil and Gas E&P, Acquisitions & Mergers, and Business Audits; Texas Energy Petroleum - New Business Development, Desalination, Mining; Nalco Chemical – Water & Process Treatment, Contract Negotiations, Technical Sales; GE Power, Water & Process Technologies - Advanced Technology for Water, Power, and Fuel.
Lloyd became one of the Top Value Solutions Providers and Problem Solvers serving the above mentioned industry and employers. Evidence of the value of education, skills and expertise was the bottom line impact on industry profits, reliability, and sustainability. Lloyd retired from GE in 2012. In 2013 he formed a company, 3TResources LLC, with focus on providing water, power and fuel to undeveloped countries in Africa.