Board Members Emeritus

Kitt Crenshaw Sr.
Retired Commander, San Francisco Police Department

Kitt retired from the San Francisco Police Department at the ranking of Commander. In his 34 years of distinguished service, his professional experience included stints in the Patrol Divisions, Field Training, SWAT, Undercover Narcotics, Special Investigations, Mayor Willie Brown’s Personal Protection Detail, and Traffic Enforcement and Operations. His career was positively impacted by his educational experiences at San Francisco State University, California State Department of Justice, Bureau of Narcotics Enforcement, Federal Drug Enforcement Administration Academy, Secret Service Academy, Presidential Protection Detail Training, International Chiefs of Police, and the FBI’s National Academy. Kitt has worked with national and local community charity organizations. He helped develop San Francisco’s Midnight Basketball programs, has worked with youth development, and Police Athletic League (PAL). Additionally, he has work as a professional bodyguard for dignitaries, celebrities and high profile individuals including music artist Prince, actress and model Naomi Campbell, President and CEO of Ford Motor Co. William Clay Ford Jr., Ann Winblad, and author Danielle Steele.

Charles A. Tubbs, Sr.
Retired Deputy Chief of Police, Beloit (Wisconsin) Police Department

Charles Tubbs was appointed by Wisconsin Department Administration Secretary Michael Morgan as the Chief of Police of the State Capitol Police Department. Mr. Tubbs is responsible of seven work units- Investigative Court Services, Dignitary Services, Police & Security, a Bike Unit, Horse Patrol, the State Safety Office and a Communication Unit that handles alarms and calls for service. The Capitol Police have Officers working in Madison and in Milwaukee. The workforce consists of 50 full time sworn police officers and 25 full time non-sworn employees. Mr. Tubbs is a retired Deputy Chief of Police for Beloit (Wisconsin) Police Department, including serving as the Interim Chief of Police for Beloit for 9 months. His law enforcement career exceeds 34 years. Charles lectures and serves as an adjunct instructor and controller for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Integrated Emergency Management Courses (IEMC) FEMA. He serves as adjunct instructor Incident Command for Wisconsin Emergency Management. Mr. Tubbs served as a adjunct instructor, observer and controller for FEMA’s Integrated Emergency Management course,” Consequences of Terrorism,” September 11, 2001, at Mt. Weather in the Washington D.C. Area. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has favorably adjudicated Mr. Tubbs to the clearance level of Secret. Mr. Tubbs was a special guest of President Clinton at the White House Leadership Conference on Youth, Drugs, Gangs and School Violence, – But Fair Crime Initiatives, Safe School Act, and at the signing of the Crime Bill. Charles earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice Administration from Mount Senario College. He is a graduate of the School of Police Staff and Command at Northwestern University class Vice President, the Senior Police Executive Institute, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Law Enforcement Executive Development Institute (LEEDS) of the FBI National Academy. Mr. Tubbs has been the recipient of numerous national awards, local awards and commendation letters for his service including awards and letters from: President George W. Bush for Outstanding Service, Accomplishments, Courage and Commitment, 2004; President Bill Clinton as one of the nation’s top 100 law enforcement officials/heroes and Coretta Scott King for Outstanding Contributions to Law Enforcement, Working with At-Risk Young People and Distinguished Service.

Luci Morgan

Senior Paralegal, Oracle America, Inc.

Luci is a Senior Paralegal at Oracle America, Inc.-Headquarters (HQ) and is an integral part of the legal team. She assists the Vice President & Associate General Counsel with legal department administration as well as staff attorneys with various day-to-day matters. She is the primary contact for service of process and litigation inquiries. Prior to joining Oracle, Luci was a Paralegal Manager for the bay area offices of a global law firm. Luci has an extensive paralegal background that includes Public Policy, Intellectual Property and Complex Civil Litigation. She has worked in law offices on the west and east coasts. Additionally, Luci is a legal instructor at Heald College-Hayward Campus. She teaches courses in the Criminal Justice Program and Paralegal Studies Program. Luci’s extensive legal background gives her the ability to bring real-world experience into the classroom. Luci obtained her Master of Public Administration with a concentration in Justice and Law from American University in Washington, District of Columbia. She also obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from California State University, Hayward and a Paralegal Certificate from San Francisco State University, ABA Approved Program. Luci’s professional memberships include International Paralegal Management Association, NALS-The Association for Legal Professionals and American Society for Public Administration.

Candice Elder

Candice Elder has been a legal professional in the civil litigation field for seven years. She is currently a paralegal at Hausfeld LLP, a top boutique antitrust law firm. Candice has also interned for judges and volunteered for local legal non-profits that provide legal aid to various communities. A Bay Area native, Candice received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science at University of California, Berkeley and later pursued her Masters of Science in Criminal Justice through the University of Cincinnati. In addition to her role on the AMBLP national board, she sits on the Museum of African Diaspora Vanguard board and is treasurer of the Oak Knoll Heights Association.