Maya Douglas is a senior at Hood College majoring in communication arts and minoring in civic engagement studies. As an executive board member for both her college’s newspaper and radio station, she enjoys employing many different outlets to find new and creative ways to relay messages. As a digital communications intern at Safe Kids Worldwide she is using her passion for communication to develop innovative ways to bring awareness to safety tips to reduce preventable childhood injuries.
Molly Sprick is a public policy intern at Safe Kids Worldwide, originally from Metairie, Louisiana. She is a rising junior in the Honors College at George Mason University studying Government & International Politics with a Legal Studies minor.
Morag’s professional experience has largely focused on conducting and translating research to help move policy and programs towards evidence-based practices, finding ways to motivate those changes and developing tools to support them. As Director of Research at Safe Kids, Morag is responsible for ensuring data and research are integrated into all aspects of our work around the world, including programs, advocacy, development and communications.
Nadji manages the pedestrian, bike and rail safety programs at Safe Kids. She has experience in community outreach, community development, partnership building, youth engagement and community-based programming. In addition to managing the Safe Routes to School program for the Montgomery County Department of Transportation (MD), she also served as Co-Coordinator for that County’s Safe Kids coalition for several years.
Steve O’Toole is a member of Safe Kids’ Board of Directors and worked for more than three decades at General Motors where his focus was on safety. He is the proud father of two daughters and grandfather of two boys, 4 and 9.
Suzanne Johnson played soccer for Winston Churchill High School, various travel teams, as well as the Maryland State Olympic Development Program. She is currently a junior studying International Business at the University of South Carolina. Although her competitive soccer days are over, Suzanne enjoys playing intramural sports with friends.
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.