Kevin has served as the Executive Director since 2010 and the Deputy Executive Director from 2000 to 2010. During his 22-year career as a law enforcement officer, he also served on TMPA’s board for 10 years as the Treasurer and President. His favorite part of the job is traveling the state meeting and working with members and advocating for Texas law enforcement officers by lobbying at the State Capitol and in Washington.
Prior to TMPA, Kevin served with the Baytown Police Department as a Police Officer and Field Training Officer. He also worked as a Police Officer for the Southwestern University Police Department, and with the Georgetown Police Department as a Patrol Officer, Sergeant and Instructor. Kevin additionally spent 12 years with Seabrook Police Department where he served as a Patrol Officer, Detective, DARE Officer, and Sergeant, focusing on child abuse/family violence
and juvenile law. Kevin holds a Master Peace Officer Certification and a TCOLE Instructor’s License. Outside of work he enjoys spending time with his family, golfing, and church.
Deputy Executive Director of Government Affairs
Mitch first became involved with TMPA as a member, then as a board member before serving as President in 2000 and finally becoming an employee. He was excited to accept the Deputy Executive Director of Government Affairs position because he believes it is an honor to work with members on issues that affect them on a daily basis. He enjoys working with everyone at TMPA because they all really care about members and the programs TMPA offers. Prior to TMPA, Mitch served with the San Angelo Police Department. His assignments included Patrol, Criminal Investigations, and Narcotics. Mitch holds a BA from Angelo State University. Outside of work he enjoys hobbies such as golf, running, and poker.
Kristi is the Controller for TMPA and her favorite part of the job is the people she works with. Prior to TMPA, she worked with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Monterey County, California for 10 years as their VP of Finance where she oversaw the accounting department and human resources. Before that, she was the Controller for a real estate company in Maryland. Kristi holds a BA in Accounting from Texas A&M University. Outside of work she is focused on raising her son and enjoys cooking,
wine, and traveling to see family and friends.
Director of Administration and Special Programs
Jeff has been with TMPA since early 2000 as the Director of Administration and Special Programs. His favorite part of the job is that he gets to work with all of the divisions at TMPA. Prior to TMPA, Jeff was with the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education as the Deputy Chief, Credentialing Services. During his time at TCLEOSE (now TCOLE) he oversaw a variety of functions including Information Resources, Examinations, Data Entry, Licensing and Certification, Investigations,
Field Services, Agency Audits, and Training Provider Evaluations. Jeff holds a Ph.D., Masters, and BA with the University of Texas, Austin. Outside of work he teaches college and enjoys UT sports.
Randy provides general counsel for TMPA. In this role he advises TMPA on legal and business issues, manages TMPA’s legal defense plan, and provides legal advice to members and local associations. His favorite part of the job is helping TMPA, its members, and local associations solve the difficult problems they are confronted with. Prior to TMPA, Randy was a private practice attorney for 19 years. During this time he was a partner with Brown McCarroll, LLP and Hilgers and Watkins, PC, and an attorney with Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld, LLP. Randy holds a JD in Law with honors and a BBA in Finance with highest honors from the University of Texas, Austin. Outside of work he has a passion for coaching youth sports including basketball, football and soccer, and enjoys playing golf and spending time with his wife and children.
Director of Field Services and Public Affairs
John joined TMPA in 2007 after retiring from the Inglewood Police Department. As the Director of Field Services, he enjoys traveling the state meeting and visiting with TMPA members. John is a graduate of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Academy and holds an advanced certificate from the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training. Outside of work his favorite thing to do is spend time with his son and daughter. His other hobbies include cycling, cooking, going to the rodeo, and Texas football.