March 4 – 8, 2019
Presentations to be held between Mon. March 4 and Fri. March 8 inclusive.
Amy Kaufmann was born and raised in Saskatchewan and presently resides in Regina. After successfully completing a Bachelors of Education and Masters of Educational Psychology at the University of Regina, Amy is currently employed at Saskatchewan Polytechnic as an Accessibility Counsellor.
Amy presents by telling her story of the tragic losses of both her brothers; one due to an inexperienced driver and the second in a collision caused by drinking and driving. Through Amy’s story she hopes to change the culture around impaired driving, giving a personal side of loss and how it affects not only the families but entire communities. Amy’s presentation focuses on the risks and consequences associated with impaired driving, hoping to make a positive difference to the people who hear her story.
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