The Florida LTAP Center presents this webinar on Developing Diverse Partnerships and Implementing Solid Action Plans to Improve Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety. In this webinar you will better understand how to:

  • Choose multidisciplinary partners that will result in an effective coalition or task force
  • Manage priorities and expectations of our partners
  • Engage and motivate partners to implement solid action plans to drive down fatalities

 

Keep Them Together

As Henry Ford once said, “Coming together is a beginning, keeping together is progress, and working together is success”.  The goal with this webinar is not only to discuss how to bring diverse partners together, but also how to keep them together to support successful implementation of your action or strategic plan and ultimately reach your goal of zero pedestrian and bicyclist fatalities.

 

Please note – space for this webinar is limited, and local Florida agencies are being given priority!

This webinar is being provided at no cost, and will award 1 PDH for attending and completing the full session.

 

Instructor Bio:

Trenda McPherson is a public health and safety advocate who embraces the core values of honesty, integrity, and respect.  Serving in the State Highway Safety Office for the last fifteen years, Trenda develops diverse partnerships and solid strategic plans, facilitates coalitions and task teams, and leads the implementation of countermeasures to drive down fatalities on Florida’s roads.

In her current role as the State of Florida’s Bicycle Pedestrian Safety Program Manager, Trenda delivers practical, actionable, and replicable solutions to the challenges that our most vulnerable road users face. From public education at local events to fitting bicycle helmets for children, Trenda is not afraid to roll up her sleeves and be part of the solution. She is passionate about saving lives, and it’s that passion that inspires partners, clients, and coalition members to raise the safety bar.

Trenda also serves as an External Board Member for the Florida State University Transportation Center and as a Highway Safety Program Management Instructor for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Prior to joining the Florida Department of Transportation, Trenda managed the Federal Grants Compliance Team at Florida State University. And in her spare time, she enjoys spending quality time with her grandchildren Alec and Kayla, riding bikes with her husband Robert, and shopping with her daughters Holly and Jessica.

Developing Diverse Partnerships and Implementing Solid Action Plans to Improve Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety

DATE: Monday, May 18, 2020
TIME: 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (ET)
LOCATION: GoToWebinar