Amanda Sessego

Safe Kids Programs Intern

Amanda is a recent graduate from Arizona State University with a degree in Health Promotion and a minor in Family Studies and Human Development. Amanda has interned at the Mollen Foundation for Childhood Obesity, served on the ASU Student Health Advisory Board, and is now interning at Safe Kids Worldwide as the Child Injury Prevention Program Intern while also participating in ASU’s Capital Scholars Washington, DC program. She has a passion for health education and learning about public health and plans to pursue a career in public health.

Blogs by Amanda Sessego

pedestrian safety blog 2015

Moving to D.C. and having to walk everywhere was a huge adjustment. My worries coming out centered around running out of data on my phone from using Google Maps, getting lost, or the blisters I might get on my feet from walking so much. What I should have been concerned with is my safety as a pedestrian.