Morgan Cihak manages the National Safety Council’s teen initiative, which focuses on leading causes of teen fatalities: car crashes and substance misuse. Morgan holds a bachelor’s degree in community health education from Western Michigan University and is currently pursuing her master’s degree in public health. She is also a certified Child Passenger Safety Technician.
Doug Dahl is a Target Zero Manager for the Washington Traffic Safety Commission and a self-confessed traffic safety nerd. He authors a weekly traffic safety column for the Bellingham Herald and hosts a traffic safety website called TheWiseDrive.com. Doug’s passion for traffic safety began during his previous career as a deputy for the Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office, and his fascination with driving began much earlier; at age five he dreamed of becoming a race car driver as he slept in pajamas covered with Indy cars. He’s been to racing school, but he spends most of his recreational time on a bicycle.
Andy DeLeuw is a Fire Lieutenant/EMT with Renton Regional Fire Authority. He is a certified First Aid instructor with many years of experience teaching and applying first aid.
Lewis Dennie has worked for the state of Washington for 30 years. He has been a dealer investigator and held a variety of supervisor and manager positions within DOL. Lewis is a proud Washington State University grad, “Go Cougs”. Lewis just moved with the Driver Training School program to the newly created Licensing –Endorsements Traffic Safety section in the Program Services Division of DOL.
Loni Miller is the Program Manager for the Department of Licensing Driver Training School (DTS) program. Loni has been the program manager since 2015 and has been in the program since 2009. She came to DOL with a background in project management and account management in the telecommunication industry. Loni’s passion is with the safety of our young drivers and working collaboratively with the industry to ensure we are all a success. Loni has been married for 26 years, has 3 grown children and 3 grandchildren. She has lived in Washington her whole life but loves to travel whenever possible, especially to see her grandkids in England and annually to Mexico to get some rest and relaxation.