Jean Egan is the Executive Director of Long Beach CaLL--Career-Linked Learning. As Executive Director, Jean engages business partners in a wide range of industries, such as arts, media and entertainment, healthcare, hospitality, engineering and many more, to support Long Beach students in career awareness, exploration, preparation and training. Under Jean’s leadership, CaLL facilitates hundreds of work-based learning opportunities annually, including guest speakers, career fairs, teacher externships, mock interviews, job shadows, workplace tours and student internships. Previously, she founded and led Long Beach BLAST--Better Learning for All Students Today, a nonprofit organization that has provided more than 14,000 college students to mentor at-risk LBUSD students, helping them succeed academically and to set goals for their future, including a college education. Jean holds degrees from the University of Illinois, Cambridge University in England and Harvard Law School.
Business Development & Marketing Consultant
Kehau Fujikami is the Business Development & Marketing Consultant for Long Beach CaLL. In that role, she oversees all marketing communications for the organization, including website and social media content, e-newsletters, and other outreach materials. Kehau plays a key role in establishing and developing relationships with external stakeholders, including education partners, the business community, governmental agencies, media outlets, students and parents. Previously, she worked at Long Beach BLAST for fourteen years. As Associate Director, she assisted the Executive Director, overseeing all office operations including financial management, marketing materials, grant management, human resources, and IT. Kehau holds a BS in Business with an emphasis in Management Information Systems from California State University, Long Beach.
Malaysia Cooper is CaLL's Administrative Assistant, providing administrative and clerical support for the organization. She assists with daily operations, as well as student intern placement and communications. Malaysia is a rising senior at CSULB, where her extracurricular responsibilities include public relations for the ASSA (African Studies Student Association). Because of her interest in UCLA’s Department of Anesthesiology in the School of Medicine, she is working on creating the first pre-med program at CSULB. Malaysia anticipates graduating with her BA degree in Psychology in May 2018.