NAACP Bremerton Unit 1134
 

Branch Officers


Tracy S. Flood, ESQ

President 2017 - 2019

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Tracy is from the Windy City and came to Kitsap County, Washington while serving on Active Duty in the United States Navy. She graduated from the University of Washington with two BA degrees. After working one year for the State of Washington, Tracy attended Seattle University School of Law graduating in 1999. Tracy has one daughter Anna who is entering her third year of college at Fisk University in Nashville, on a full tuition academic scholarship.

 

Tracy was President-Elect of the Kitsap County YWCA and President of the Kitsap County Chapter of Washington Women Lawyers for two years. She was elected to the Family Law Executive Committee for the Family Law Section of the WSBA, President of the Pierce County Minority Bar Association and Chair of the Civil Rights Committee. Tracy was appointed interim chair of the Civil Rights Law Section. She was a past co-chair of the Minority Bar Associations Annual Diversity Conference and co-presented for the WSBA Family Law Section in Las Vegas in 2007 at the Annual Community Property Symposium.

 

Tracy is a graduate of the Washington State Bar Associations Leadership Institute Inaugural class. As a solo practitioner for seven years Tracy practiced in Kitsap, Mason and Pierce Counties in criminal law and family law. Tracy worked for the Office of Administrative Hearings in Olympia as a Pro Tem Judge and for Kitsap County as a Pro Tem Judge in District Court. Tracy currently works as an Attorney Advisor and is President of the NAACP unit 1134 Bremerton. Tracy served three years on the Washington State Bar Associations Board of Governors as an At Large Governor . Tracy has received recognitions as a Rising Star, Madison’s Who’s Who and Seattle University School of Law Black Law Students Award, Washington Women Lawyers 2013 Presidents award and the Loren Miller Bar Associations Social Justice Award. Tracy was a Judicial candidate for Kitsap County District Court in 2014.She continues to serve as a Pro Tem Judge in King County.

 

Shannon Turner

Vice President

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Shannon Turner is currently the Student Body President of Olympic College. He is attending Olympic
College to finish his AA and attending Western Washington University to obtain his Bachelors in Human Services. He is currently serving on the Kitsap Community Resources Board of Directors, he is a Pee Football coach for Warren Ave., a Parent Ambassador alumni and the Vice president for the NAACP. He served in the Army from 1987-2004. He is from Ohio and now resides in Bremerton, WA where he takes an active role in his community.

Danielle Murphy

Treasurer

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Danielle Murphy is currently working for Kitsap Community Resources as a Family Development
Specialist since 2014. She is attending Olympic College to obtain her AA in Human Services. She is
currently serving on the Fishline board; she is a Housing Kitsap Commissioner and the treasury for the NAACP. She loves to be active in the community as well as spending time with her 3 children in Poulsbo, WA.

Carl Jakobsson

Assistant Treasurer

Born in New York City. Married with 4 adult children and 3 adult stepchildren. Have been a member of the NAACP for 14 years, currently serving as Chairman of the Political Action Committee of the Bremerton Branch and Chairman of the International Relations Committee of the Alaska-Oregon-Washington State Area Conference. Have been a member of Ebenezer AME Church for 13 years, and I have been operating the after-school tutoring program for Ebenezer for 11 years. Have been retired since 2008 from my structural engineering job with the Navy Sub Base Crane Engineering organization. Back in the 1980's, when living in the Los Angeles area, I had occasion to meet some of the then-exiled members of the African National Congress who were here in the USA, working to line up American support for the establishment of a legitimate government in their home country of South Africa. I learned a lot from those guys, as they were very smart.

Airen Lydick

Secretary