Help escooter riders avoid bruised peaches this summer!
Funded by the Georgia Governor’s Office of Highway Safety and Shepherd Center in Atlanta, this free event is designed to kick off the summer of micromobility right.
The Scoot Safe Summit was created to be an educational event for government agencies, trauma centers, micromobility vendors, universities, and anyone who is impacted or can impact the awareness of e-scooter safety.
The Scoot Safe Summit is supported by the following organizations:
Worried this event will be boring?
We’ve got it covered. From live demonstrations to upbeat music, and dynamic speakers, keyboard snoozing won’t even cross your mind. You’ll get opportunities to collaborate with your fellow attendees and interact with our speakers to get your problems solved.
This dynamic two day event will be a combination of fun and education. We’ll start with safety playlists, safety information kits and keep you drawn in with live-video testing the safety of helmets, prizes and trivia throughout the day, and we’ll cap the days off with networking so you can meet and collaborate with other attendees. After the event, we’ll make sure that you get a virtual Scoot Safe kit that will help you spread the word to your patrons, audience members and partners about how they can scoot safer!
Got Questions? We've got answers!
What will you get from this event?
You will learn: About the research being done locally to keep scootees safe.
You will meet: Other local organizations and micromobility providers passionate about reducing user injuries.
You will be inspired: To educate those around you about e-scooter safety without being a downer.
You will be empowered: To get answers for your specific micromobility challenges right from the experts.
Who should go?
Anyone who is in charge of administering, impacted by or has interest in influencing microtransportation policy, research and safety.
What will we talk about?
- General eScooter Safety
- Helmet Use
- Training & Education
- Scooting Under the Influence
Ms. Batts is Senior Vice President of Advancement, Shepherd Center Foundation. She joined the Shepherd Center in November 2016 and is responsible for setting development policy and leading the fundraising and volunteer teams in support of Shepherd’s mission. Previously, Ms. Batts served as Director, Campaigns for the Piedmont Healthcare Foundation from July 2008 until November 2016. In her role, she was responsible for leading the execution of strategic planning.
Robert Hydrick is the Communications Director for the Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety where he oversees the agency's paid highway safety messaging, news conferences and releases, and agency social media pages. Prior to joining Georgia GOHS, Robert for 30 years in television news for stations in Albany and Columbus.
Bob is a civil lawyer with extensive experience in developing and implementing public health and safety behavioral programs. His business and legal background serve as the foundation for numerous leadership roles in both nongovernmental and governmental organizations which have taught Bob how to align disparate interests in transportation, public safety, public health and land use to achieve public behavior changes that improve health outcomes.
Cheyanne has more than eight years of experience advocating for community-improving policies, building strong relationships, and streamlining processes to drive business efficiency. She values civic engagement and inclusive mobility. Cheyanne has a BS from Loyola University New Orleans, an MS from Full Sail University, and is a doctoral candidate of Business Administration at South University. She is a member of Delta Theta Sorority, Inc.
Jonathan Rupp is the Director of the Injury Prevention Research Center at Emory and an Associate Professor in the Emory Department of Emergency Medicine. His research focuses on innovative ways to collect and use data to promote injury prevention. His current research include studies aimed at understanding the factors influencing injury in motor-vehicle crashes and to develop methods for surveillance of crashes involving vulnerable road users.
On the journey from her childhood home on a cattle farm in Happy, TX to her current home in Midtown Atlanta, Kemberli has grown a deep love for cities. Kemberli has worked in regional planning, pedestrian advocacy, and most recently with the Atlanta City Studio. Now at the Atlanta Department of Transportation - her goal as Vision Zero Manager is to create safer streets that bring us joy – not tragedy.
Atlanta Bicycle Coalition's Education and Outreach Program Manager Stephen Spring came to Atlanta via Austin, San Francisco, Portland, and Maine. Stephen has spent his life in urban public education serving students, teachers, and districts. Stephen earned a Master’s degree from the University of Maine in Educational Leadership.
Paul is the Director of Development and Public Affairs at Superpedestrian. He is responsible for opening key markets, developing new operating and partnership models, cultivating new investments, and amplifying Superpedestrian’s civic voice. Paul is based in New York; he loves cities, especially when he can move through them unencumbered. Paul and is thrilled to work with Superpedestrian to make this a reality in global markets, big and small.
Dr. Barry Miller
Dr. Barry Miller is the Director of Outreach and Business Development for the Virginia Tech Helmet Lab. The Helmet Lab is a comprehensive Injury Biomechanics Lab but certainly best known for its Helmet Ratings originally launched in 2011. Dr. Miller holds a PhD in Sport Biomechanics/Kinesiology from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities and also an MBA in Finance from the Alfred Lerner School of Business at the University of Delaware.
- Welcome & Agenda 1:00-1:10
- About Scoot Safe 1:10-1:25
- Keynote 1:30-1:50
- Q&A 1:50-2:00
- Network/ workshop/break 2:10-2:25
- Research 2:30-2:50
- Q&A 2:50-3:00
- Game Time 3:00-3:20
- Innovation 3:20-3:40
- Q&A 3:40-3:50
- Wrap up 3:50-4:00
- DJ & Networking 4:00-5:00
Ready to join us?
Save your seat at the Scoot Safe Summit! The first 100 registrants get a Scoot Safe Information Kit.