Vicki is the Author of “A Crash Course for the Motorcyclist”. She established the non-profit organization Accident Scene Management, Inc. in 1996 in order to reduce injuries and fatalities to motorcyclists through First Response training. Vicki has worked for over 25 years in a variety of hospital settings from Critical Care to the Operating Room. She retired from her hospital work in 2010 to concentrate on training motorcyclists full time.
In her spare time, Vicki teaches CPR, Defibrillators, and First Aid for the American Heart Association. She has been riding her own motorcycle since 1987 years and has completed the MSF’s Experienced Rider Course.
She is a life member of A.B.A.T.E. of Wisconsin and H.O.G., Charter Member of Road Guardians & Central Wisconsin. H.O.G. & member of Kettle Moraine H.O.G., BOLT, Patriot Guard, The Iron Butt Association & the American Motorcyclist Association.
Vicki has given hundreds of presentations and written many articles on motorcycle safety. She wrote articles for Allstate Rider News for 7 years, Road Guardians, Saddle Tramp, Bikernet and East Coast Biker Magazine.
To contact Vicki, e-mail vicki at roadguardians.org or call 262-706-3278.
Chris began his career in the information processing industry. His global executive business experience includes companies in start-up, turnaround and Fortune 200. Chris served on the Board of Directors of nine industry associations, and currently on two for-profit businesses.
Chris graduated cum laude with a double major from Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota, earned a Masters in Business Administration from Willamette University, Salem, Oregon. He completed the Babson Executive Management Program in Boston, Massachusetts, and the Georgetown University Executive Marketing Program in Washington D.C. Chris is a member of the Patriot Guard, a Safety Officer, and a Road Captain for local HOG chapters. Chris is the Captain for the New Glory Flag Bike Team.
Contact Chris at: chris at roadguardians.org
Senator Wayne Allard, DVM has served 26 years in elected office. Dr. Allard served 8 years in the Colorado State Senate, 6 years in the U.S. House of Representatives and 12 years in the U.S. Senate. Currently, he is Vice President of Government Relations for the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA). Prior to his election to the U.S. House of Representatives Dr. Allard had his own veterinary practice in Loveland, Colorado specializing in companion animals and had served as part-time health officer for the city. During his time in private practice he was Chairman of the Loveland Chamber of Commerce Legislative Affairs Committee and Chair of the Larimer County Board of Health.
Dr. Allard was board certified by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners Companion Animals. He published several scientific papers on small animal medicine.
Dr. Allard is married to Joan and they have 2 daughters with 7 grandchildren.
Megan has worked for ASM since 2012. Megan has a degree in Information Resources from UWM. She had worked in the IT and non-profit field for over 10 years before joining us. To make a suggestion or report a problem contact Megan at: webmaster at roadguardians.org
Vicki will continue to direct the ASM organization, concentrating her efforts on training more instructors and reaching out to partners in motorcycle safety. Vicki’s travel schedule doesn’t always allow her to be in the office but she is available by email at vicki at roadguardians.org.
Bill Bott from Mukwonago, WI has been assisting ASM in any way needed since 2011. He has earned Volunteer of the Year award every year since 2012. Bill does whatever he can to help out. He checks on the organization several times a weeks, builds student packets, puts Road Guardians member packets together, Fixes equipment, puts bookcases together, changes lightbulbs, creates databases….whatever needs to be done he does it.
Deb and Kent from Waukesha, WI have been serving our organization in many ways since 2013 when they took their first classes. They have helped with many classes since that time and they help with fundraising and planning events. They have donated thousands in auction prizes and are the kinds of people who an organization can truly be grateful for as they give selflessly.
Schnidrr is from Manitowoc, WI and has been supporting the ASM fundraisers for 16 years. He has been leading the “Topless’ Bike wash since 2006 and has played folk/oldies for us on a number of occasions. Schnidrr has made his commitment to ASM a family affair. He is always smiling and has put his ASM training to work on many occasions.