Anne-Marie has worked in road safety for 16 years. She was involved in a life-threatening motorbike crash in 1995 and her passion to reduce road crash casualties and the physical and mental trauma that results, stems from this experience. After 14 years in the private sector Anne-Marie joined Kent County Council’s road safety team where she was the Road Safety Development Manager, and led on motorcycle safety, moving on to manage the Kent and Medway Safety Camera Partnership.
She has received Prince Michael of Kent International Road Safety Awards for the Save 478 Lives casualty reduction programme and the Driving Business – Safely partnership initiative, and has been a volunteer for Inspiring the Future, a trustee of the Eastern Alliance of Safe and Sustainable Transport (www.easst.co.uk) She hosted the FIA Foundation International Road Safety Scholarship & currently sits on the Association for Road Risk Management Council. Now with National Highways, Anne-Marie leads on Driving for Better Business, the key strategic programme in the National Incident and Casualty Reduction Plan.