Supporting Behavior Change for Good
The Pacific Northwest Social Marketing Association (PNSMA) will host a forum featuring new formative research from the Washington Traffic Safety Commission about people who drive while impaired by both alcohol and cannabis. Focusing on behaviors, values, and beliefs of drivers, this research will inform future efforts to positively influence traffic safety culture in Washington State and ultimately reduce traffic-related deaths to zero by 2030.
Miriam Norman, Washington Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor (TSRP)
As a Traffice Safety Resource Prosecutor, or TSRP, she is a resource to all prosecutors and officers in the State of Washington handling impaired driving cases. She trains, provides legal advice, and renders trial assistance to prosecutors and officers, and assists in drafting legislative resolutions. She also educates interested stakeholders and community members.
Miriam will be presenting on behalf of Washington Traffic Safety Commission.
Please REGISTER at https://pnsma.org/event-3554777
Please bring your own lunch. We look forward to seeing you there!
Over a dozen social marketing experts from across the Pacific Northwest will speak on behavior change related to some of the most urgent issues we face, including public health, injury prevention, environmental health and protection, and community well-being.
Back this year: Mentorship Hosted Luncheon Roundtables (dine and discuss social marketing topics with one of our brilliant mentors)
The second day includes in-depth intermediate and advanced level training on social marketing strategies used to tackle these issues.
This event spans two days. Anyone can attend Day 1, Day 2, or both days. Tickets for both days will be sold individually.
Registration and cost information will be provided in September.
Pacific Northwest Social Marketing Association (PNSMA) is a 501(C)6 non-profit organization. 1011 Western Avenue, Suite 702, Seattle, WA 98104 email@example.com