President & CEO
Leah Goodwin Creations
• Museum Director for the
California Center for the Arts, Escondido
• Proud member of the faculty for
RISE San Diego’s Urban Leadership Program
• Vice-Chair of the
San Diego County Commission on the Status of Women and Girls
• Co-Chair of the
Sun and Sea Festival in Imperial Beach
In 2015, Leah created the San Diego Experience of the Civil Rights Movement, an exhibition of banners which has been displayed in many venues around San Diego. The display contains a series of panels that acknowledges the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, as well as honors San Diego’s leaders of the Civil Rights Movement.
Leah is an accomplished and published poet and writer, including significant contributions to the book by Merryl Goldberg entitled, “Teaching English Language Learners through the Arts.” Her recent honors include receiving a 2017 MOXIE Award from MOXIE Theatre for being a Woman of Grit and Determination and being one of the selected featured women in the “Beautiful, Brilliant and Brave: A Celebration of Black Women” exhibit for her work in arts and culture.
Photo courtesy of Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation
Jan Carpenter Tucker
Creative Director • Designer
Digital Solutions Specialist
Jan helps small business entrepreneurs and nonprofits create a brand identity and online presence to promote, educate and inspire through clarity, color, balance and beauty. She has been a collaborative member of Leah’s team over many years and dozens of projects.
Leah works with a reliable cadre of companies and individuals to provide excellent outsourced services, carefully chosen with the specific needs of each project in mind.