Melissa Wandall is a dynamic leader and influential speaker. As President of National Coalition of Safer Roads (NCSR), an organization dedicated to research and analysis of Automated Traffic Enforcement, Melissa has set out to change highway safety and reduce the number of injuries and deaths caused by traffic collisions.
Melissa’s mission is personal. Days before their only child was born in October of 2003, Melissa’s husband was killed by a red light runner. Focused and determined, she worked to put safe, courteous drivers back on Florida Highways, to educate business leaders and elected officials on the vitality of lives that would be saved and to empower a network of professionals to join her mission. On May 13, 2010, after four years of advocacy and outreach, the Mark Wandall Traffic Safety Act was passed to establish uniform standards for use of red-light safety cameras at Florida intersections to help combat red-light running. Since then, she has committed herself to promoting awareness and education about the benefits of traffic cameras, including red-light safety cameras, speed cameras and school bus stop arm cameras.
In addition to her commitment to NCSR’s mission, Melissa is the Founder and President of the Mark Wandall Foundation, a 501C3 non-profit organization established in 2004 that is dedicated to facilitating support for children in grief.
Melissa actively travels the U.S. and Internationally, participating in speaking engagements and shares her message by encouraging authentic leadership, inspiration and resolution.
Highway Traffic Safety Conferences
Spiritual Growth & Leadership
Life Insurance Professionals
Melissa has been a dynamic advocate and spokesperson for the National Coalition for Safer Roads from the start, taking on the role of President in 2013.
Dynamic Leader & Influential Speaker
The Mark Wandall Foundation, a 501C3, was founded in 2004 to support and nurture children who have experienced loss of a parent or guardian.
On May 13, 2010, after years of advocating, the Mark Wandall Traffic Safety Act was passed to establish uniform standards for use of Red Light Safety Cameras.
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