Susan Crotty has been actively involved in her community for the past two decades and a passionate advocate at the state and national level dedicated to education and safety. She joined ThinkFirst in 2018 to lead the grants, education and advocacy efforts and previously worked for the National Safety Council spearheading the Road to Zero, a strategic initiative with the U.S. Department of Transportation, to eliminate roadway fatalities by 2050.
She is a certified Child Passenger Safety technician (which she calls “living” our mission), CPR, AED, Stop The Bleed from the Department of Homeland Security and FEMA Community Emergency Response Team trained. She was elected to three terms on her Board of Education and believes education is the key to creating positive change.
Outside of work she loves to hike, travel, bike ride (always with her helmet on), garden and play with her family's two 80-pound shelter dogs.