Ms. Chase has played a critical role in advancing highway and auto safety in state legislatures throughout the country and in Congress
When most people think about road safety organizations, they think of established organizations campaigning for social and legal change. While these organizations, such as non-profit foundations, are remarkably effective at making a difference, there is another type of institution that can be even more efficient at causing social, legal, and political changes: an alliance.
To learn more about how these alliances work, Danny Kastner and Louise Olin spoke to Cathy Chase, the President of Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety. Advocates is a coalition of national consumer, health and safety organizations, law enforcement institutions, insurance companies, and trade associations who are fighting to make roads safer for everyone.
Are they successful in their efforts to promote and create programs at both the state and federal levels to promote change for highway and road safety? Listen and learn how their efforts and emphasis on technology are pushing the envelope in road safety legislation and creating results.