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Shannon Sullivan

Chief Development Officer

A strategic thinker with a unique ability to educate and inspire, Shannon leads a creative team of professionals passionate about the cause of child safety. She has more than a decade of experience in the nonprofit sector and managed fundraising programs at the National Parkinson Foundation and Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure. Shannon is a graduate of Dartmouth College (Go Big Green!) and has an MBA from the University of Houston (Go Coogs!)

Blogs by Shannon Sullivan

safety cameras blog

With the speed camera, drivers will have an added incentive to slow down and hopefully be more aware of pedestrians crossing the street. I know speed cameras and red light cameras, collectively called safety cameras, are controversial, but these technologies work. They help to make us better drivers and lives are saved.

SKD 2015 Thank You

We celebrated Safe Kids Day today with a fabulous, fun-filled event in Los Angeles. More than 500 parents and kids boogied on the dance floor, scrambled through the obstacle course and took pictures with Lassie as we joined together to celebrate kids, prevent injuries and save lives.

Asia Monet

The Safe Kids Day signature event took place on April 26, 2015 at the Lot in West Hollywood.More than 500 parents and kids enjoyed a fabulous, fun-filled celebration all afternoon. Check out some photos from the event.

Safe Kids Day Presented by Nationwide

In April 2015, communities across the United States will celebrate Safe Kids Day, a day to celebrate kids, prevent injuries, and saves lives. With generous support from presenting sponsor Nationwide, as well as national sponsors Johnson & Johnson, Chevrolet, FedEx, Kidde and Tide, the Safe Kids Day campaign will raise awareness about the cause of child injury prevention – and raise the funds to support it.

In addition to our signature event in Los Angeles, Safe Kids Day will be celebrated with close to 200 events that will take place in communities across the country.

Mom Unedited: Big Brother is Watching

In just a few weeks, my family will welcome a little girl into our lives. We're all excited about this, but no one is more excited than our 4-year-old son, Winston. His excitement has been one of the purest joys of the entire pregnancy. His excitement has been one of the purest joys of the entire pregnancy. He talks about "his baby" every day – where she will sleep, what she will eat, and how they will play together.