SASTA - Safe & Sustainable Transport Association of Aotearoa/New Zealand

Safe and Sustainable Transport Association of Aotearoa/New Zealand

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SASTA Executive

SASTA is managed by a volunteer Executive representing all local government regions.

Northland


Janelle Laurence

Kia ora Whanau, I am Janelle and work as a Road Safety Educator with a bunch of awesome team members, situated in Northland and the Far North. My passion is child restraints, speed and working with schools around Road Safety. Love being a part of a family that all have passion and drive for change.

Auckland

Melissa Napier
Melissa Napier

Melissa is a Community Transport Team Leader in the Walking, Cycling and Safety unit at Auckland Transport. Melissa leads the development and delivery of the regional Safer Communities Programme. She works with a team of committed community transport coordinators who are focused on increasing transport choices for children and young people, reducing congestion and improving road safety around schools and their local communities.


Michelle Stanbury

Michelle is a Senior Road Safety Advisor working in the Strategy & Performance team at Auckland Transport. With previous experience in Road Safety education, she is now leading the Road Safety Strategy, Road Safety evaluation and monitoring, and co-ordinating the progression of Road Safety Action Plans for the Auckland region.

Waikato


Ngaire Atmore

Ngaire is the Community Engagement Advisor in the City Transportation Unit at Hamilton City Council, leading road safety and active transport promotion and education. She has a particular interest in engagement and communications, as well as road safety and transport strategy.

Bay of Plenty/East Coast/Hawkes Bay


Loreen Hartley

Lorreen is the Community Development Advisor for the Whakatāne District and oversees the Road Safety Programme for the Eastern Bay of Plenty. She has a particular interest in high risk and vulnerable populations as well as road safety. She is of Ngāti Raukawa, Tūwharetoa, Kahungunu, Tainui and Whanganui Iwi.

Taranaki/Manawatu/Whanganui


Glenda Leitao

Glenda has been a road safety co-ordinator with Horizons Regional Council for eight and a half years, covering Whanganui, Rangitikei and bits of Ruapehu. She works with all ages but particularly enjoys working with youth, encouraging and educating them to make safer choices when driving or being a passenger in a vehicle.

Wellington


Anna Blomquist
Anna has been the Transport Safety Education Coordinator for Wellington City Council since 2009, prior to this she held a similar role at Hutt City Council. Her main areas of focus are safety for pedestrians, people on bikes, motorcyclists and moped riders and intersection safety. She works with a small team of transport behaviour change specialists at Wellington City and works on collaborative projects with her colleagues across the Wellington region.

Nelson/Tasman/Marlborough


Robyn Blackburn

Robyn Blackburn works part time in the road safety education space at Marlborough District Council and the rest of the time with the Parks and Reserves Department.  Previously Robyn has worked at council with the Assets and Services team and has a good understanding of the need to be community focused. She has become an integral member of progressive community action groups in Marlborough to promote sustainable transport and road safety in the region.

Canterbury/West Coast/Chatham Islands/Southland/Otago


Kathy Graham

Kathy has  worked in road safety and travel demand management for the last five years in both Christchurch City and Waimakariri. Prior to moving to Canterbury she worked as a journalist in the Waikato and served 18 years as a Police Officer in a variety of roles in Auckland.  In her current role within the Roading team she works both within the Waimakariri community on road safety and TDM as well as ongoing collaboration with the Transport Agency and other Canterbury Councils under the Greater Christchurch partnership.

 

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