Senior Director, Communications and Content
Jeff Moeller is in his 20th season overall with the Kings and his eighth as Senior Director of Communications and Content, as he previously served as director, manager, coordinator and intern. He is active in guiding all facets of the club communications, publicity, content and publications factions, and editorial aspects of LAKings.com and the Kings Yearbook.
In 2012 the Kings won the Stanley Cup for the first time and Moeller helped direct the organization’s media operations during an unprecedented time in the franchise’s 45-year history. Following that season, the Kings Communications Department was nominated as the ‘Top PR Team’ in the NHL. Also in the summer of 2012, he was instrumental in coordinating, scheduling and managing the Stanley Cup on behalf of the Kings as the club had the famous trophy in its possession for approximately 100 days. In 2014, Moeller again played a similar role as it relates to the scheduling of the Cup as the Kings won their second championship.
Moeller served as a liaison between the Kings and the NHL at two major hockey events at STAPLES Center (2002 NHL All-Star Game and the 2010 NHL Entry Draft), the Outdoor Game at Dodger Stadium in 2014, and he represented the NHL at two All-Star Games (2000 and 2001). He has traveled with the Kings or on behalf of the Kings to Russia, Slovenia, Germany, Sweden, Austria, England, Canada and Mexico.
Previously he worked several major accounts for a local sports public relations/marketing firm, including Super Bowl XXXI in New Orleans and both Tyson-Holyfield championship bouts in Las Vegas. He also has experience as a PR Game Assistant for the Lakers (two years) and the Angels, and as a Sports Production Assistant at KCBS-TV in Hollywood.
His writing has also been published in nearly 40 magazines, newspapers and websites, including the official magazines of the Lakers, Clippers, Angels, Dodgers, San Diego Padres, Chicago Cubs, Texas Rangers and Dallas Cowboys. In 2005, he wrote and produced the Kings’ first children’s book, “Kyrsten and her Kings,” for the Kings Care Foundation.
He is also in his fifth year teaching a Sports Public Relations course at USC in the prestigious Annenberg School for Journalism and Communication.
Jeff lives in El Segundo with his wife Jill, their daughter Sydnee-Anne and son Scott.