Amy Frame

Web Coordinator

"I believe strongly that we can use digital technology to change lives and transform our communities. And I can’t think of a better way to prove it than right here at Safe Kids."

Amy uses a rare combination of digital skills, organizing experience and passion for children to ensure the content on the Safe Kids website is useful, informative and dynamic. Through her vast experience as a respected blogger and online activist on community safety and justice issues, Amy’s talent and creativity enhance all of the Safe Kids digital, online, and social media efforts, making our messages more accessible to the people who need them most. Amy holds a BA from the American University School of International Service and an MA from the New School Graduate Program in International Affairs. She is a web-publisher, online organizer, and beagle owner.

Blogs by Amy Frame

Camping Safety Tips

Camping season is in full gear and America’s parks and wilderness areas are filled with city dwellers trying to get some peace, quiet and fresh air. Here are a few tips on how to make your trip not just safe, but really fun.

Safety Fun Day in Landover, MD

Hundreds of kids joined Safe Kids staff and volunteers at FedEx Field on Tuesday to have fun and learn a few simple tips for staying safe this summer. Summer Safety Fun Day was co-sponsored by General Motors Foundation, The Links, Inc., Target, and Prince George’s County Kentland Palmer Park Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative.