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June 10, 2021
Lisa Robinson Joins HAAS Alert to Strengthen Policy Leadership
HAAS Alert is thrilled to announce that Lisa R. Robinson has joined the team as the Director of Government Contracts and Programs. Lisa will draw on her extensive experience in occupational and transportation safety policy to help expand Safety Cloud’sⓇ reach and connect communities to grant funding for digital alerting. Lisa will also lead and manage the company’s federal contracts for connected vehicle safety technologies. Lisa is an expert in her field of work and will amplify the voice of HAAS Alert in the marketplace, while helping to make the roadways safe for everyone.
Lisa has built a career on forming strong relationships within state government agencies through a variety of roles, most recently as a Senior Program Manager in traffic safety for the National Safety Council. There, Lisa was responsible for providing strategic direction for program impact and growth. She is well known for her passion when speaking and her ability to engage all types of audiences, large or small, virtual or in person. Making sure her audiences gain knowledge to act is important to Lisa in her speaking. She believes speaking with you, not at you, is key in developing a road safety and mobility solution that makes the roadways safer.
Over the last decade, Lisa worked diligently to educate people on the importance of road safety around the country. For eight years Lisa led the Our Driving Concern Texas Employer Traffic Safety and Drug Impairment Training for Texas Employer Programs, which strengthened companies’ driver and transportation safety programs by addressing the operational impacts of crashes. Her partnerships and efforts have supported municipalities and companies alike to make safety a core value. She will be the first to tell you that a one and done approach doesn’t work. Road safety solutions is an on-going investment in safety that benefits everyone, and HAAS Alert could not agree more.
Lisa earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Oklahoma State University and the designation of CFLE from the National Council on Family Relations. She also serves as a member of ASSP, PMI, Ntl. Grants Mgmt. Assoc., the National Association of Women Highway Safety Leaders, Impaired Driving Task Force, and TxPRIMA. In addition, she is a CPS Technician and Car Fit trained.
HAAS Alert’s addition of Lisa is one step of many that the company has already taken to bolster its presence in the governmental area. The company has been awarded grants and prime contracts from multiple state DOTs and at the federal level with DOD, DHS, NHTSA, and most recently was awarded a DOT project for digital alerting CV2X for school bus pupil transportation safety.
About HAAS Alert
HAAS Alert's mission is to build lifesaving mobility solutions to make vehicles and roads safer and smarter. Our vision is a connected, collision-free world where everyone gets home safely. The company streams real-time alerts and other vital safety information to motorists and connected cars via in-vehicle and navigation systems when emergency vehicles are approaching and on-scene. “Collision prevention and life saving mobility solutions are not technology problems, but simply data problems of how to communicate when/where roadway danger areas need to be mitigated,” Cory Hohs says, CEO and Co-Founder of HAAS Alert. “We deliver value and safety today and scale with future technologies. Our transportation network users deserve to have 0 deaths while traversing from point A to point B.” HAAS Alert makes roads and communities safer by delivering digital alerts from emergency response and other municipal fleets to nearby drivers. This technology is also on the cutting edge of innovation which is evident from a recent V2I contract for connected and autonomous vehicles, and is continually working to improve ADAS platforms everywhere. This work has made huge strides as the technology now comes standard on many truck manufacturers.
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