She started duty on the bridge at the tactical console when Data was relieved from night shift duty. She was later seen with Commander William T. Riker, who told her and two other officers a joke about a count and a headsman. Data watched the group and was fascinated by Riker's easy-going manner and sense of humor. Her shift was relieved by Worf when he took over the tactical console as the Enterprise made contact with a Romulan vessel. (TNG: "Data's Day")
In 2367, she was assigned by Worf to compile a list of all of Simon Tarses' relatives, associates and old school friends during a security meeting in the observation lounge. She was later present during the hearings of Simon Tarses and Captain Picard presided by Admiral Norah Satie. (TNG: "The Drumhead")
Ensign Kellogg was part of one of the forensic teams that were assigned to search for any evidence in cargo bay 4 in the form of DNA samples or biochemical signatures for who transported weapons down to Krios. (TNG: "The Mind's Eye")
Kellogg attended Data's poetry reading in early 2369 and though Data's poetry was less than inspirational, she was polite and stayed for the entire reading. Later she served as tactical officer on the bridge during the absence of Worf. (TNG: "Schisms")
She was present in Ten Forward during the ceremony in which command of the Enterprise-D was transferred from Captain Picard to Captain Edward Jellico. Later, following the meeting with Gul Lemec, she served at the tactical station on the bridge. (TNG: "Chain of Command, Part I") Kellogg also served as guard for Gul Lemec and his aides during their time aboard the Enterprise-D. (TNG: "Chain of Command, Part II")
She was part of the away team which escorted Captain Picard to a conference and beamed back on board the Enterprise-D after the away team was attacked and Picard's artificial heart damaged. (TNG: "Tapestry")
Kellogg was part of the away team which beamed down to Barradas III to investigate the ruins. Her away team was attacked by Arctus Baran's mercenaries and a security officer was killed. (TNG: "Gambit, Part I")
She was working at the tactical station when the Enterprise-D encountered a rogue comet passing through Sector 1156. It turned out later, that the comet was actually an ancient D'Arsay archive. (TNG: "Masks")
In 2371, Kellogg had a drink in Ten Forward while the Enterprise-D was in close proximity to the Amargosa star. Later, she was on duty on the bridge when the Duras sisters attacked the Enterprise-D. (Star Trek Generations)
Following the destruction of the Enterprise-D, Kellogg was assigned to the Enterprise-E. She was one of the officers who beamed down to Bozeman, Montana, Earth in period clothing in 2063 to investigate the whereabouts of Zefram Cochrane. She later helped to repair the Phoenix and apprehended Cochrane when he tried to run away from the launch site. (Star Trek: First Contact)
|Tactical officers of the starships Enterprise|
|Enterprise NX-01:||Alex • Billy • Reed • Unnamed • Greer|
|USS Enterprise:||Mann • Kelowitz • Lang • O'Herlihy • Chekov (post refit)|
|USS Enterprise-D:||Armstrong • Bailey • Barnaby • Burke • Hayes • Kellogg • McDowell • Rainer • Smith • Taitt • Torigan • Williams • Worf • Yar • Unnamed • Crusher • Gaines|
|USS Enterprise-E:||Armstrong • Daniels • Kelly • Worf|
|ISS Enterprise NX-01:||Reed • Unnamed|
Ensign Kellogg was played by regular background actress Cameron, who received no credit for her appearances and appeared in many episodes, usually as a guard or at the tactical console. She was identified by name in the episode "The Drumhead".
Cameron reprised this role for the Star Trek: The Experience attraction "Klingon Encounter". In this video sequence she was among the Enterprise-D officers working in the shuttlebay with Commander Riker and Geordi La Forge.
- "The Loss"
- "Data's Day"
- "Devil's Due"
- "The Nth Degree"
- "The Drumhead"
- "Half a Life"
- "The Mind's Eye"
- "Ensign Ro"
- "A Matter of Time"
- "Power Play"
- "The Perfect Mate"
- "I Borg"
- "Realm of Fear"
- "Man of the People"
- "Chain of Command, Part I"
- "Chain of Command, Part II"
- "Face of the Enemy"
- "Birthright, Part II"
- "Frame of Mind"
- "Rightful Heir"
- "Second Chances"
- "Gambit, Part I"
- "Lower Decks"
- "Eye of the Beholder"
- "All Good Things..."
- Star Trek films