Kerry began working with Safe Kids fresh out of graduate school as the Louisiana Safe coordinator in 1994. After 10 years, she brought her talent and tenacity to the nation’s capital to run the Safe Kids Certification Program and has been leading the way in child passenger safety ever since. Most of Kerry’s time is now spent in the office rather than on the road, but she enjoys connecting with parents and kids by volunteering as part of Safe Kids Montgomery County.
Kim works as the Coordinator for Safe Kids/Communities of Union County. It is a coalition lead by Carolinas HealthCare System Union with Co-coordinator Windi Henderson of Hemby Bridge Fire Department. Together with our local partners, we provide injury prevention outreach to the Union County community by leading programs and supporting other agencies that share a similar mission of community safety and injury prevention.
Kristin had just turned 19 when she was hit by a car and hospitalized for three weeks. After six months of physical therapy, she returned to Michigan State University with a renewed focus on injury prevention. Kristin went on to earn a Master degree in health education from Wayne State University and gained valuable experience at the grassroots level. She now leads the pedestrian and bike safety programs for Safe Kids, dedicating her career to keeping all kids safe from cars
Lindsay previously worked at Safe Kids, first in water safety and then sports. An avid runner and former college basketball player, she has a passion for fitness and wellness. She holds a master's degree in public health from George Washington Univeristy.
Training Manager and Technical Advisor, Safe Kids Buckle Up Program
With more than 26 years of experience, Lorrie Walker is one of the country’s most respected authorities in child passenger safety. Before joining Safe Kids in 2004, Lorrie served as the director of the Florida Traffic Safety Resource Center and assistant professor of research at Florida Atlantic University. Now, she oversees the national training program for more than 300 Safe Kids Coalitions throughout the United States and is expanding her work to provide guidance to other countries on issues of child passenger safety.
Margarita came to the United States from Russia at the age of 10 and received her B.A. degree in psychology from the College of William and Mary. Having grown up in an environment that wasn’t always safe for children, Margarita is thrilled to be working with the international team to make a difference for children’s safety around the world. She is responsible for regular communication with network members, coordinating international projects and providing support to the international team.
Mark Isaac works in the global network department at Safe Kids Worldwide, where he leads the Safe Roads |Safe Kids campaign, a worldwide effort to reduce deaths and injuries to children on and around our roads. He also works to ensure that all global network members, in the United States and abroad, have the resources and support they need to make progress in reducing unintentional injuries. In his spare time, he likes to play hopscotch, tiddlywinks, and jacks.
When Martha used to buckle her young son, Rob, into his car seat, or reach for his hand to cross the street, she would say, “What’s my job?” Rob would answer, “To keep me safe!” Now, two decades later, Martha’s job is to keep all kids safe. She oversees all aspects of marketing and communications with energy and creativity that are truly contagious. In addition to an innate drive to help parents keep their kids safe, Martha has extensive experience in marketing and communications, including leading major campaigns for the USO and the American Red Cross.
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