#WHATSMYNAME FOUNDATION ALLIANCES
Alliance information about #WHATSMYNAME Foundation & Schools/Colleges/Universities
COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES PARTNER WITH WHAT'S MY NAME FOUNDATION
Creating Rideshare Safety Zones to Keep Students and Others Safe
#WHATSMYNAME ALIGNS WITH UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE
Thank you to the University of Delaware and the University Police Dep't for hosting us to speak with the student body about Rideshare safety!!!
Robbinsville High School Senior Leads School-Wide Fundraiser for #WHATSMYNAME Foundation
ROBBINSVILLE, NJ - Growing up in Robbinsville, Erik Weigand knew all about the tragedy that occurred March 29, 2019, when a 21-year-old graduate from Robbinsville High School was kidnapped and murdered by a man portraying to be an Uber driver.
Weigand, 17, said he was eager to support the victim’s family, which launched the #WHATSMYNAME Foundation to promote ride share safety in memory of Sami Josephson, who was a senior at the University of South Carolina.
Rider University Public Safety to display safety signs for rideshare services
The acronym “S.A.M.I.” will be a familiar sight at Rider University in the near future with signs promoting safety regarding the use of rideshare companies such as Lyft or Uber being displayed around campus by Public Safety.
Signs with the “S.A.M.I.” acronym that stands for “Stop, Ask, Match, Inform” will be placed around residence halls and other high volume areas, such as the Bart Luedeke Center (BLC) and the Student Recreation Center (SRC), Public Safety’s Commander of Emergency Management and Services, David Burns, said in an interview with The Rider News.
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