Caden Gillespie Board Member
Caden Gillespie is a board member motivated to improve public and private transit. Vehicle and pedestrian transportation safety help communities move safely from point A to point B and enhance the speed at which people achieve their goals. Caden is passionate about traffic safety, because it is part of his vision for a safer, digitally connected world in the 21st century.
Adam Carreon Board Member
Adam Carreon works for the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) in the Operational Traffic and Safety Group within the Transportation Systems Management & Operations Division. Adam is also a member of the American Traffic Safety Services Association. Adam is an Arizona Native, ASU Grad, and Licensed Engineer in Arizona. During his 16 years at ADOT Adam has seen the vital role transportation plays in all our lives and enjoys talking with others about their experiences with the state highway system. He has also, all too often, seen the effects of poor driving behavior and wants to see all of us get home safe. He works hard in his personal and professional life to make our roads safer for everyone.
Maria Wojtczak Board Member
I have been associated with the Red Means Stop Traffic Safety Alliance (RMS) since 2007 when Krystal Philippi, a victim of red light running came to work for DrivingMBA. Having Krystal work for us was an education on the effects of traumatic brain injury. During that time I became friends with her parents, Kathy and John, and the founder, Frank Hinds. Over the years I have met too many parents that have lost their children due to carelessness on the roadways. It changed my perspective and fueled my passion. I have been a board member since 2008 and served as president for 4 years. Being involved with, and of service to RMS is my opportunity to give back. It is my deep desire to make our roadways safer for everyone.
Debbie Grado Board Member
Debbie Grado is a volunteer board member of Red Means Stop who works for Arizona Chapter National Safety Council, a not for profit local organization whose purpose is to educate and motivate people to live safer and healthier lives at home, work school, play or on the highway. I truly believe that through awareness and education we as individuals can commit to making our roadways safe for everyone. I am dedicated to doing what I can to ensure every person makes it home safely.
Will Rosenberg Board Member - Student Advocate
I volunteer for Red Means Stop because distracted driving and red light running are prevalent problems in Arizona. Ensuring that our roads are safe from these issues protects my family, friends, and everyone on the roads. I first got involved with Red Means Stop when I began to get my license. I was stressed about driving, and Red Means Stop provided me an opportunity to relieve my stress towards a solution and feel safer while driving. However, those who are not as fortunate and are negatively affected by car crashes, drive me to work towards achieving justice and making changes to driving safety. As a Board member of Red Means Stop, I hope to push for political and social change for traffic safety so that we can live in a safer world.