Milwaukee, WI – Vicki, AKA “Spitfire”, established the non-profit organization Accident Scene Management in 1996 in order to reduce injuries and fatalities to motorcyclists through First Response training. Vicki has been an RN since 1984 and 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 and the American Red Cross. She has a website, CPR-1stAid, where she sells Emergency related supplies for motorcyclists.
Vicki has been riding her own motorcycle since 1987. She is a member of many motorcycle organizations including the Iron Butt Association. She rides cross country with the Motorcycle Cannonball and the Motorcycle Chase every year providing medical support. She was inducted into the Sturgis Motorcycle Hall of Fame in 2020 due to her work to establish the world’s most recognized Motorcycle Trauma Training organization and her work with Women & Motorcycling.
Vicki appeared in 4 books about women and motorcycling, has given hundreds of presentations, and has written many articles on motorcycle safety. She was the motorcycle safety spokeswoman for Allstate Rider News for 7 years. She hosted a weekly Blogtalk radio show called the Inside Scoop by Spitfire and she founded two women’s organizations: Women In Motion and Diamond Posse.
To contact Vicki call 262-706-3278 and leave a message.
Minnetonka, MN – 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.
Vicki is the founder of ASM and co-founder of Road Guardians. She is the Author of the ASM programs. She developed this organization in 1996 and gave up her nursing job as Educator of Surgical Services to volunteer full-time for ASM in 2010. Vicki continues to direct the ASM organization, concentrating her efforts on training more instructors and reaching out to partners in motorcycle safety. Vicki was inducted into the Sturgis Hall of Fame in 2020 for developing the world’s largest and most recognized Motorcycle Trauma Training Organization. After 28 years of service, she has not slowed down and has aspirations to bring ASM training to anyone willing to take Bystander Training and learn how to help others. 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.
Born in Bulgaria, Polly has been a motorcycle rider and enthusiast since 1992. She completed the full circle of the northern hemisphere on a motorcycle in 2014 and has been a staff rider for 4 years for the Motorcycle Cannonball. Polly holds a master’s degree in Mathematics and Computers from Veliko Tarnovo University. She is the owner and manager of MotoCamp Bulgaria – a motorcycle long-distance travelers hub, accommodation, and campground and she would love to have you be her guest! http://motosapiens.org.
Polly has organized many motorcyclists’ events, including some for Horizons Unlimited Traveler meetings. A member of AMCA since 2009, Polly says she decided to join our team because she wants to help motorcyclists to reduce injuries and fatalities through education. She also hopes to bring ASM training to Europe.
Polly joined ASM/Road Guardians in January 2022. She does many things for the organization but her main job is Creating Classes, maintaining class records, and assisting instructors with recordkeeping. She compiles statistics and oversees databases, contracts, and a variety of other tasks. Polly can be reached by email at Polly at roadguardians.org
Sara originally joined the Road Guardians team in 2019 then took a break during COVID. She re-joined the ASM/RG Team in 2022. In 2006, she earned her bachelor’s degree in English from Northern Illinois University. In 2017, Sara earned her associate’s degree as a Registered Healthcare Information Technician from Rassmussen. Sara grew up riding four wheelers and mini-bikes. She is excited to learn how to ride a motorcycle and become part of such a great community. For ASM/RG, Sara is our Membership Coordinator. She is in charge of processing and sending out membership packages. She also runs the Facebook Road Guardians Members’ Only page. Sara creates the ASM class banners you see on the Road Guardians – Accident Scene Management Facebook page. If you have any questions regarding your Road Guardians membership, please contact Sara by emailing her at Sara at roadguardians.org or calling Seven15- Six80-Nine015.
Michelle has worked with ASM since 2005. In 2015 she earned her associate’s degree in Business Management from NTC. Michelle grew up on the back of a motorcycle (her Mom rode everywhere.) She has always loved riding and dreams of owning her own someday. For ASM/RG, Michelle has served in nearly every role. She assists the team in many ways but her first love is marketing. She focuses her efforts on website maintenance/development, communications, our newsletter, and social media. She fills in with general office duties occasionally and can answer most questions. If you are interested in cross-promoting or collaborating with ASM/RG, please connect with Michelle by email at Michelle at roadguardians.org
Doris Weber has owned and operated her own business since 2005. In 2009 she decided to take a basic rider class, get licensed, and buy a Harley. These events started to open many doors of opportunities to work with several different nonprofit and not-for-profit organizations. One that she spent the most amount of time with was ABATE of WI. She spent eight years in various roles for the organization. Most notably leading them to a digital cloud-based membership program, social media presence, digital newsletter, and several marketing campaigns.
These days she spends more time with her young family and all their animals. Together as a family they practice Taekwondo, gardening, hiking, and anything art.
Doris joined the ASM team in March 2023 to help with marketing, and social media, and keep the website fresh with updated and new content. If you have an idea or would like to contribute, contact Doris: Doris at Roadguardians.org
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. She owns a website development and maintenance company called Milwaukee Web Design. To make a suggestion or report a problem contact Megan at: webmaster at roadguardians.org
Robert Taylor joined the team in 2021 and we are so thankful to have him! It didn’t take long for us to Nickname him the “Commander”. Robert has helped ASM conquer some of our most technical issues, optimized our website speed and performance, and also keeps us up-to-date with the latest security protections. On top of being able to explain things in easy-to-understand terms, he is very reasonable, highly knowledgeable, and very responsive. If you are looking for help with the technical aspects of your website, whether it be security or performance, we highly recommend Robert. To learn more, or for a free consultation, visit https://webpods.com
Bill Bott from Mukwonago, WI has been assisting ASM in any way needed since 2011. He has earned the 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 week, builds student packets, puts Road Guardians member packets together, Fixes equipment, puts bookcases together, and changes lightbulbs….whatever needs to be done he does it. Everyone wishes they had a “Bill” to serve their organization.
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. He helps as a course assistant after having completed te class about 10 times!