Why I'm Excited About #GHSA2021

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We have an excellent lineup of speakers, sessions and events planned for the GHSA 2021 Annual Meeting. But don’t take our word for it – hear from others about why they’re excited to be joining us in Denver this September in these video testimonials.

Ford Driving Skills for Life's Nolan Katerberg hasn’t missed a GHSA Annual Meeting in 13 years. He’s looking forward to reconnecting with traffic safety professionals from across the U.S. through the daytime educational sessions and at the evening networking events. Where else can you do that in one place?

Nat Beuse, Aurora’s Vice President of Safety, offers a preview of his Monday General Session remarks and talks about how the GHSA Annual Meeting is a “truly remarkable” event that brings together a diverse group of safety professionals who share a common goal – saving lives.

Smart Start's Debra Coffey and Steve Luce say they're excited to sponsor and exhibit at the #GHSA2021 Annual Meeting and are eager to see old friends and make new ones.

Responsibility.org’s Darrin Grondel discusses why the GHSA Annual Meeting is the premiere conference for safety professionals, shares a preview of a workshop on impaired driving and gives a sneak peek of what will be available at Responsibility.org’s booth in the exhibit hall.

As more automated vehicles take to our roads, GHSA’s Russ Martin previews a Monday afternoon discussion of how law enforcement and first responders can prepare for this rapidly evolving technology. Panelists include officials from Waymo, Cruise, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the California Highway Patrol and the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute.

Mike Hanson, Director of the Minnesota Office of Traffic Safety and GHSA Treasurer, says the Annual Meeting is a chance for the traffic safety community to come together and collaborate, coming at an important time amid rising roadway fatalities.