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Media Manager

“Before working at Safe Kids, I didn’t realize how involved and nuanced safety issues are for kids. It has been great learning so many valuable tips and spreading the word to help parents and families.”

As a communications and advocacy specialist, Jen spent the past eight years working in various nonprofit and government positions to help women, children and families around the world. Writing about issues of health and public safety, Jen develops content and important messages for external audiences. And her journalistic instincts and easygoing demeanor make her a natural with the media.


Blogs by Jen

Kate Carr, President and CEO, Safe Kids Worldwide

Safety advocates remind caregivers to never leave a child alone in a car and to be on the lookout for children left in cars

Teens in Cars Report

"I lost my best friend because we didn't buckle up."

No one starts their day anticipating getting into a car crash. But teens like Presley teach us that it only takes one time riding in a car without bucking up for a life to be changed forever.

Child tipping over an unsecured TV

It’s that time of year again – the season to enjoy festive meals with family and friends, deck the halls with colorful trimmings and put together your holiday wish list.

Photo: Toddler in Car Seat

This week, as part of Child Passenger Safety Week (September 15-21), we’re teaming up with the General Motors Foundation to help parents protect their most precious cargo.

Safe Kids Day

Hundreds of families and kids of all ages swept through the fabulous Highline Stages in New York City on May 18 for the first national Safe Kids Day family event.

Join Communities Across the Country on May 8 participating in Bike to School Day!

Have you ever seen a bike train? Picture lots of excited little kids perched on bicycles, scooters, skateboards and anything else with wheels, anxiously awaiting a signal from a parent or teacher to start pedaling and rolling to school.

Global Road Safety Week

Once kids take their first steps, they can't wait to keep going. But when it comes to walking to the park or school along roads, it can be a challenge for kids to safely get to where they need to go.

This week marks the second annual United Nations Global Road Safety Week and an important opportunity to highlight how to keep kids safe on roads.