Catherine Chase is President of Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety (Advocates), a coalition of national consumer, health and safety organizations and the major property-casualty insurance companies and trade associations. Advocates works to adopt federal and state laws, policies and programs that prevent motor vehicle crashes, save lives, reduce injuries, and contain costs.
Ms. Chase has played a critical role in advancing highway and auto safety in state legislatures throughout the country and in Congress including occupant protection, impaired driving, teen driving, distracted driving, consumer protection, and motor vehicle and commercial motor vehicle safety. Her prior experience includes working for nonprofits serving at-risk youth and political fundraising and campaigning. Ms. Chase holds a JD from the George Washington University Law School and a BA from Rutgers College.
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