Jeff Bergosh, District 1
Commissioner Jeff Bergosh was elected to represent Escambia County’s District 1 in 2016. He served as the board’s chairman for 2017-18, and as board vice-chairman for 2016-17. He currently serves as chairman of the Value Adjustment Board, chairman of the Florida Alabama Transportation Planning Organization, and as a member of the board of directors for both the Greater Pensacola Chamber and the Pensacola-Escambia Area Economic Development Commission. Bergosh joined the Escambia County Commission after serving on the Escambia County School Board from 2006-2016 as that board’s District 1 member.
Commissioner Bergosh grew up in a military family and he has lived all over the world. He’s lived in Pensacola four different times in his life for a total of 24 years. His wife Sally and their three children Tori, Nick, and Brandon have most recently called Escambia County home since 2004.
Bergosh has owned and operated multiple successful small businesses in both California and Florida in retail and property management. For the last 15 years he has worked as a civilian defense contractor employee supporting the U.S. Navy’s training mission in the Pensacola area, where he currently serves as the Facilities/Engineering Annex Manager in Pensacola for Erica Lane Enterprises, Inc. He previously worked in various capacities supporting the training mission in the Pensacola area for Information Network Services, Lockheed Martin Information Technology Services, CH2MHill/VT Griffin, and Irby Engineering & Construction.
Active as a volunteer, the commissioner has a long history of working to strengthen our community, especially with organizations that benefit children and the military. His youth leadership development initiative, the Escambia Youth Commission, was approved by the Board of County Commissioners in 2018, and will launch in the spring of 2019.
Jeff is a proud graduate of Pensacola High School and he holds a Bachelor of Arts from San Diego State University and a Master of Science in Public Administration from the University of West Florida.
Commissioner Bergosh actively interfaces with his constituents via monthly coffee meetings, frequent town hall meetings, and online via Facebook and blogger sites he operates independently.
Current Term: November 2016 to November 2020