SASTA Executive  

Jodi Betts


Jodi has been working in Road Safety and Community Education in the Far North for the past 9 years and currently holds a part time position at a Community Education Organisation named Far North REAP.  Prior to this she held a Health Promotion position for 8 years at Public Health in Nelson. Her role in Road Safety Education primarily focuses on Marketing, Local and Regional Road Safety Campaign development and working with her colleagues to deliver ‘on-the-ground’ community initiatives. She also runs her own small Event and Project Management business.



Marissa Oakley Browne

Marissa is a Senior Active Modes Coordinator in the Sustainable Mobility Team at Auckland Transport. Previously, Marissa held roles at Auckland Council and North Shore City Council.

In her current role, Marissa encourages safety and enjoyment across different modes of travel including walking, biking and scootering.

Marissa supports the Vision Zero approach of a safely-designed transport system, and is part of a team that runs campaigns and provides people with training and resources to use active modes confidently and safely.


Coralie Owens

Coralie has worked as the Communications Specialist for Auckland System Management - an alliance between Waka Kotahi NZTA, HEB Construction and Fulton Hogan to keep Auckland’s motorway network functioning.  She was also a Community Transport Coordinator for Auckland Transport, where her work with colleagues on road safety programmes aimed to decrease deaths and serious injuries within the Auckland region.  Her many innovative and educational campaigns and events were created and rolled out to help improve driving behaviours. In contrast, outside of work you may recognise her on television as a background nurse on Shortland Street or in advertisements or films.



Rachel Stubbs

Rachel has held the role of Road Safety Coordinator twice, initially working for both the Waitomo and Ōtorohanga District Councils and presently working for the Ōtorohanga District Council. 
She has been working on speed management over the past few years with a focus on speed limit changes as well as road safety education campaigns. 
Her passion for working in smaller rural District Councils has led to a special interest in tourism and the effect it has on our roads.


Lorreen Hartley
Bay of Plenty/East Coast/ Hawkes Bay

Lorreen is the Community Development Advisor for the Whakatāne District and oversees the Road Safety Programme for the Eastern Bay of Plenty. She has a particular interest in high risk and vulnerable populations as well as road safety. She is of Ngāti Raukawa, Tūwharetoa, Kahungunu, Tainui and Whanganui Iwi.

Alastair Mayston

Alastair is one of three Road Safety Coordinators at Horizons Regional Council. His role is focused on Palmerston North and Manawatū district and he works within council’s Transport Team. He has a background in education and health promotion roles prior to starting in road safety.

Jessica Fairbrass
Canterbury/West Coast/Chatham Islands/Southland/Otago

Jessica has been working as a Road Safety Education Coordinator at the Selwyn District Council since February 2020 and works within the Transportation and Roading Team.  Her focus is on creating awareness and educating the community on a variety of road safety topics, through community collaboration, campaigns and courses.  Prior to working in Road Safety, Jessica had roles in the Physical Activity and Health Promotion sector.

Daniel Naudé
Canterbury/Otago/Southland/West Coast

Daniel has started in his role in December 2005 as the Road Safety Coordinator for the South Canterbury Region. This is Timaru-, Waimate-, and Mackenzie Districts. He comes from a police background (South Africa) and also has been in adult training roles since 1991.

Like most provincials towns in New Zealand, Daniel's role covers all aspects of road safety education, travel demand management and works within the Roading Team.


Kathy Graham
Canterbury/West Coast/Chatham Islands/Southland/Otago

Kathy has worked in road safety and travel demand management for the last nine years in both Christchurch City and Waimakariri. Prior to moving to Canterbury she worked as a journalist in the Waikato and served 18 years as a Police Officer in a variety of roles in Auckland. In her current role within the Roading team she works both within the Waimakariri community on road safety and TDM as well as ongoing collaboration with the Transport Agency and other Canterbury Councils under the Greater Christchurch partnership.