Meet D’Andre Lampkin

D’Andre Lampkin is an American law enforcement professional, healthcare entrepreneur, and humanitarian. During his tenure, he has earned several commendations for his work in educating youth, quality of service, community engagement, and response to mental health crises. He is also the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Care Staffing Professionals, a healthcare staffing solutions company that creates new jobs for healthcare professionals throughout the state of California.

Mr. Lampkin is a seasoned public servant with a strong community service background and experience in starting and leading program initiatives. He successfully founded the D’Andre D. Lampkin Foundation, a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt human services organization designed to promote “social good” projects throughout the United States. He serves as a City Planning Commissioner for the City of Ontario, Vice Chairman of the Los Angeles Region Community Recovery Organization, Board Member for the Esperanza Scholarship Foundation, and Board Member for the Creekside West Village Master Association located in Ontario, California. D’Andre Lampkin is the youngest of three brothers, the son of a single mother, and the product of the poor, gang-ridden, and drug-infested South Central Los Angeles. Despite his upbringing, Mr. Lampkin has made it his mission to make a positive contribution to society through public service.

Mr. Lampkin is an active member of Alpha Phi Sigma – Criminal Justice Honor Society and earned a Baccalaureate of Science in Criminal Justice Administration. In 2017, he earned his Master of Science in Homeland Security & Emergency Management with the distinction of High Honors from National University. D’Andre is a two-time nominee to the National University Scholarship Conference and recipient of the National University’s Top Scholar Award and The Emerging Leadership Award. He is also the recipient of the Artist In Music (AIM) Humanitarian of the Year Award. He earned The World Networks’ Community Enrichment Award for his contributions to the Puerto Rico disaster recovery effort following Hurricane Maria and was named California’s Law Enforcement Officer of the Year for Community Service by the American Legion. He holds several certifications in homeland security, emergency management, and terrorism-related topics.

His research in areas of domestic and international policy has been published in the William & Mary Environment Law and Policy Review and the University of Oregon’s Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation. His work and research in Mental Health, as it relates to improving law enforcement’s response, has been published in the International Journal of Mental Health and Human Resilience.

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