Mothers Against Drunk Driving announces new statewide advisory board


Bluefield Daily Telegraph

CHARLESTON — Two officials with a human service agency in Mercer County have joined a new advisory board for Mothers Against Drunk Driving in West Virginia.

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), the nation's largest nonprofit working to end drunk driving, announced this week the formation of its new statewide advisory board, which is comprised of victim-survivors of drunk driving crashes, community executives, nonprofit leaders and law enforcement.

The new advisory board will provide the organization's leadership expertise as MADD continues to expand its presence in 2024 and beyond.The MADD Advisory Board members include:

—Greg Puckett, a member of the Mercer County Commission and Executive Director at Community Connections, Inc.

—Jamie Styons, PhD Assistant Director at Community Connections, Inc.

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—Jody Miller, Victim and Volunteer, and mother of Heather Miller (March 2008).

—Margie Sadler, Victim Services Specialist — MADD-West Virginia State Office.

—Jack McNeely, Division Director at Governor's Highway Safety.

—Josh Sanders, Major — Wheeling Police Department.

—Nicole Cofer, Esq., JD, MBA Director of Magistrate Court Services at West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals.

—Amy Boggs, Senior Program Manager at Governor's Highway Safety.

—Joey Koher, Sergeant — Huntington Police Department, West Virginia State DEC Coordinator.

—Deana Nibert Spaulding, Victim and Volunteer, Founder of Andrea's Army, mother of Andrea Bailes (November 2011).

—Darlene Hardwick, Victim and Volunteer, mother of Reno Hardwick (April 2008).

—Judy Pauley, BS, LSW School Social Worker at Putnam County Schools.

—Amy Connelly, MA, LPC Putnam Wellness Coalition.

—Gregg Harris, Sergeant — Wheeling Police Department

—Nelson Croft, Director Ohio County Animal Shelter (retired Deputy Sheriff).

.—George "G.J." Costello, Corporal — Ohio County Deputy Sheriff

—Austin Richardson, Assistant Director of Prevention Services at Youth Services System, Inc., in Wheeling.

—George "G.J." Costello, Corporal-Deputy Sheriff Ohio County.

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