Torine Creppy

Safe Kids Worldwide President

Torine Brooks Creppy leads Safe Kids Worldwide (SKW) by developing and implementing strategic plans to help communities and jurisdictions around the world create safer environments for their children. With extensive experience in non-profit management and program development, Ms. Creppy oversees a variety of SKW’s essential functions — including strategic planning and decision-making, budgeting, and program development, implementation and evaluation. She has served at Safe Kids Worldwide since 1999, where her previous positions have included Chief of Staff, Operations Manager and HR Manager. Prior to joining SKW, she held managerial and administrative positions with an association and services company. With a BA in Telecommunications from Morgan State University, Ms. Creppy is a member of the American Public Health Association, ASAE & The Center for Association Leadership, NAACP, National Head Start Association, and several other organizations. 

Blogs by Torine Creppy


Safe Kids remains committed to childhood injury prevention throughout Covid-19 pandemic. 

A teenage girl seat behind the steering wheel.

Summer is the most dangerous time on America’s roadways for young people. Parents need to help reinforce the right messages to help preteens and teens to stay safe.

Safe Kids and Union Pacific are joining together for a new three-year program on rail safety.

choking safety

Here at Safe Kids, we often hear from parents who have faced the heartbreaking loss of a child. You will want to read this story by Gordon and Julie Ross, loving parents who are eager to share their story so other parents can learn from their tragedy.

-Torine Creppy, Chief Program Officer for the United States

in and around car safety

The worst news you can hear involves the death of a child. It's only more upsetting when that death might have been prevented.

This spring, Nedao Abdelghani of Bridgeview, IL died after a relative backing out of a driveway backed over him. He was three years old.