Posts filed under: National President

Dear MADD Family, It is with a heavy heart that we share that a member of our MADD family has passed away. Nina Walker, incoming MADD National President for the 2018-2020 term, died on Sunday, December 03, 2017. To say...
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I and everyone involved in Mothers Against Drunk Driving® have so much to be grateful for this holiday season. This year, thanks to supporters like you, we’ve accomplished so much, including: Passing ignition interlock laws for all offenders in Nevada...
By Colleen Sheehey-Church MADD National President The future is honking – and the U.S. Department of Transportation is listening. Recently, MADD Chairman of the Board David Strickland, CEO Debbie Weir, Chief of Legislative Affairs J.T. Griffin and I had the...
MADD National President Colleen Sheehey-Church invites you to Raise Against Time I took to Facebook Live to talk with Mothers Against Drunk Driving®’s supporters and fellow victims and survivors about why it’s important to me to Raise Against Time. Every...
In July, the National Association of Drug Court Professionals held the world’s largest conference for treatment courts and criminal justice reform.  More than 5,000 people gathered at the National Harbor Convention Center in Baltimore, Maryland to take part in more...
Today, the National Traffic Safety Administration released new data that shows drunk driving and overall traffic fatalities have increased for the second straight year. MADD is saddened to learn that there were 10,497 lives lost to drunk driving in 2016....
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My son, Dustin had a lot going for him. Like a lot of young people today, his future was just as bright; just as hopeful as any other high school student his age. But all that promise disappeared in a...
Maine is MADD’s newest chapter thanks to the tremendous efforts of Nicole Hutchinson and her group of dedicated volunteers.  Twenty-one years ago, Nicole’s sister Darcie was killed by a drunk driver and ever since, Nicole has worked to create something...
In July, the National Association of Drug Court Professionals held the world’s largest conference for treatment courts and criminal justice reform. More than 5,000 people gathered at the National Harbor Convention Center in Baltimore, Maryland to take part in more than 300...