Shihan, 5th Degree – awarded January, 2013, by Soke William Cavalier
First Degree black belt in Karate – 1989, a blend of TaeKwonDo and Shodokan – Korean and Okinawan styles
Fourth degree black belt in Karate – 2002
First Degree black belt – Hokkoryu Jujutsu – 2002 – Shihan Douglas Woodhall – issued by Nidai Soke Okuyama Ryuhyo, Original House of Hakko–ryu; Second degree – Hokkoryu Jujutsu – 2006; Third degree – Hokkoryu Jujutsu – 2009 – Shihan Douglas Woodhall – issued by Nidai Soke Okuyama Ryuhyo, Original House of Hakko–ryu
Rank Recognition 4th Dan in Karate by the Association of Women Martial Arts Instructors – January 2006
2nd Dan – American Chung Do Kwan Ltd. – Tae Kwon Do – August 2009 by Master J. Henkel, the United Chung Do Kwan Association (UCDKA) owes its existence to Master Jonathan C. Henkel, (then 1st Dan, currently 7th Dan)
Dayang (black belt) in Modern Arnis through the World Modern Arnis Alliance – awarded in August 2007 by Datu Tim Hartman and the Advisory Board of the WMAA and carries the title of Guro.
First Degree black belt – in the Art of Iai–Do – June, 2010– awarded by Soke William Cavalier – Hanshi Cavalier is head of the Tatsu Do organization and president of the Traditional Martial Arts Association.
First Degree black belt – in the Art of Aiki–Jujutsu – June, 2010– awarded by Soke William Cavalier
Shihan Kellogg serves as Alfred State College's Modern Arnis and Martial Arts Club Advisor and instructor. In that capacity oversees all club functions, manages the budget and expenditures, organizes seminars and travels with both beginner and advanced