An Educational Initiative To Reduce Driver Traffic Violations And To Save Lives!
Who We Are
We are dedicated to reducing driver traffic infractions and deaths by providing educational initiatives for court systems to utilize when addressing traffic violators.
Board of Directors
William R. Richardson
Several years prior to retirement Bill began a program in the department called “It Won’t Happen To Me”. This program was designed to use the stories of the lives of teenagers who lost their lives in teen driving-related car crashes to educate teens of the consequences of making the wrong decisions while driving.
Diane has been instrumental in building TVIP and has made a major impact on the organization as a bookkeeper, marketing representative, staff coordinator in addition to holding a position on the Board.
Chief Executive Officer
Terrell Taylor, Chief Executive Officer and President of the Board of Traffic Violators Impact Program, is a visionary with an extensive background in leadership, public speaking, and impacting the lives of countless people all over the world. He has 25 years of experience leading non-profits and is enthusiastic about changing our communities for positive impact.
Chief Financial Officer
As the Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer of the Board of Traffic Violators Impact Program, Lou Reynolds brings more than 30 years of nonprofit and for-profit experience including accounting, leadership coaching & development, nonprofit start-up, church planting, public & private education, and real estate.
Chief Operating Officer
Sabrina is an accomplished business leader, coach, consultant, and real estate professional. Since the early 1990’s, she has been using her creative vision and insight to enhance operations for businesses in various industries.
Chris Barry, married to Misty for 20 years and father to two teenage boys, has been with TVIP for almost a year. His time with his family is best enjoyed boating and being around water. Aside from his work in the disaster renovation business, Chris volunteers at school sporting events. He is passionate about encouraging and teaching young adults.
Marty Kaplan, who is originally from Colorado, served 8 years in the US Marine Corps. He started his civilian law enforcement career with the State of Maryland. In 1996, he moved to Newnan, GA, where he started with the Newnan Police Dept in 1997 and also served on patrol, in the bike/traffic unit, SWAT, as a school resource officer, as a training instructor, and currently with Court Services. Marty’s interests include scuba diving, skydiving, golf, watch making, and amateur radio.
Bill is a retired real estate broker. He and his wife Donna own and manage several residential rental properties. He is a father and grandfather that has successfully raised five teenagers. He has supported, volunteered or worked for It Won’t Happen to Me and Traffic Violators Impact Program since its inception in 2006. Bill is passionate about having an impact on the life altering decisions and choices that our young drivers are making.
Team Members & Volunteers
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