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National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) 101 Blue Seal Drive SE, Ste. 101, Leesburg, VA, 20175 T:703/669-6600 F:703-669-6127 Tony Molla, VP Communications tmolla@ase.com www.ase.com ASE provides professional certification of vehicle maintenance & repair profes- sionals. Seven ASE certification tests for school bus technicians are offered, including body systems and special equipment, diesel engines, drive train, brakes, suspension, steering electrical/ electronic systems, and air conditioning systems and controls.


National Safety Council 1121 Spring Lake Drive, Itasca, IL, 60143 T:800/621-7615


F:630-285-1434


Deborah Hersman, President & CEO janet.froetscher@nsc.org / www.nsc.org Private nonprofit public service member- ship organization that makes recom- mendations in all areas of safety through leadership, research, education and advocacy.Publishes materials and offers safety programs to interested parties and issues public safety announcements.


National School Boards Association 1680 Duke St., Alexandria, VA, 22314 T:703/838-6722 F:703-683-7590 Tomas Gentzel, Executive Director tgentzel@nsba.org / www.nsba.org Represents state school boards associa- tions and their more than 90,000 local school board members. Working with these associations, this national organiza- tion advocates for equity and excellence in public education through school board leadership.


National School Safety Center 141 Duesenberg Drive, Suite 7B, Westlake Village, CA, 91362 T:805/373-9977 Ronald D. Stephens, Ed. D., Executive Director info@schoolsafety.us www.schoolsafety.us An advocate for safe schools free of crime, drugs and violence. Offers


National Truck Equipment Association 37400 Hills Tech Drive, Farmington Hills, MI, 48331 T:800/441-6832


F:248-489-8590


Steve Carey, Executive Director info@ntea.com / www.ntea.com Represents more than 1,500 small to mid-sized companies that manufacture, distribute, install, sell and repair commer- cial trucks and related products. Affili- ates include the Manufacturers Council of Small School Buses and Mid-Size Bus Manufacturers Association.


Natural Gas Vehicles for America 400 N. Capitol St. NW, Washington, DC, 20001 T:202/824-7366


F:202-824-9160


Matthew Godlewski, President mgodlewski@mgvamerica.org www.ngvc.org A national organization dedicated to developing a profitable and sustainable market for vehicles powered by natural gas or bionethane. Represents more than 150 companies, environmental groups and government organizations advocating for natural gas as a transportation fuel.


Operation Lifesaver 1420 King St., Ste. 201, Alexandria, VA, 22314 T:800/537-6224


programs to improve student discipline, attendance, achievement and school environment. Provides training, techni- cal assistance, legal and legislative aid, publications and films.


National School Transportation Association 122 South Royal St., Alexandria, VA, 22314 T:703/684-3200


F:703-684-3212


Ronna Weber, Executive Director info@yellowbuses.org yellowbuses.org National trade association represent- ing school bus contractors throughout the U.S. and Canada. NSTA promotes and fosters the highest degree of safety in school transportation, including working with legislators and regulators at all levels to improve all areas of pupil transportation.


Joyce Rose, CEO jrose@oli.org www.oli.org A nonprofit public information program dedicated to reducing collisions, injuries and fatalities at highway rail-grade cross- ings through safety education.


Safe Kids Worldwide 1301 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Ste. 1000, Washington, DC, 20004 T:202/662-0600 F:202-393-2072 Kate Carr, President & CEO kcarr@safekids.org www.safekids.org Safe Kids Worldwide is a nonprofit orga- nization working to prevent childhood injury, the number one killer of children in the United States. Troughout the world, almost one million children die of an injury each year, and almost every one of these tragedies is preventable. Safe Kids works with an extensive network of more than 500 coalitions in the U.S. and with partners in more than 25 countries to reduce traffic injuries, drownings, falls, burns, poisonings and more.


Safe Routes to School National Partnership 2323 Broadway Ave, Suite 109B, Oakland, CA, 94612 T:503/477-8324 Cass Isidro, Executive Director cass@saferoutespartnership.org www.saferoutespartnership.org Te mission of the National Partnership is to advance safe walking and bicycling to and from schools, to improve the health and well being of kids of all races, income levels and abilities and to foster the creation of healthy communities for everyone. We are a catalyst for the creation of safe, active, equitable and healthy communities.


United Motorcoach Association 113 South West St. 4th Fl., Alexandria, VA, 22314 T:800/424-8262


F:703-838-2950 F:703-519-8267


Victor S. Parra, President & CEO info@uma.org / www.uma.org Provides information, trends, marketing and support to members operating mo- torcoaches to comply with requirements of regulatory agencies.


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