Advisory Board

The CSCRS Advisory Board offers executive-level guidance and big picture input on our mission, vision and priorities. It is comprised of well-positioned decision makers in national, state, regional and local departments of transportation, health departments, planning organizations and safety advocacy organizations. 

Current members

Nadia Anderson
Manager, Public Policy, Road and Traffic Safety, Uber
Linda Bailey
Vision Zero Director, Washington, D.C.
Ann Dellinger
Branch Chief, Home, Recreation, and Transportation Branch, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Injury Prevention and Control
Jason Gainey
Manager, Passive Safety and Accident Research,
Volkswagen Group of America
Dia Gainor
Executive Director,
National Association of
State EMS Officials
King Gee
Director of Engineering and Technical Services,
American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials
Jacqueline Gillan
President Emeritus, Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety
Dan Magri
Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Planning, Louisiana Department of Transportation & Development
Scott Miller
General Manager,
Research and Development, Toyota Motor North America
Jeff Paniati
CEO and Executive Director,
Institute of Transportation Engineers
Leah Shahum
Director, Vision Zero Network
Jane Terry
Senior Director,
Government Affairs, National Safety Council
Bryant Walker Smith
Assistant Professor,
School of Law, University of South Carolina
David Yang
Executive Director, AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety
 

 

Stakeholders Group

CSCRS is forming a stakeholders pool to be called upon to help inform the Center’s activities – research, education, and professional development projects – throughout the life of the UTC grant. This group is comprised of practitioners from all target disciplines of CSCRS including planning, engineering, public health, data science, and robotics, and will help ensure activities and products are meeting the needs of those on the ground working to impact and improve the safety on our roadways every day.