At the crux of any humanitarian impulse is the desire to save lives. And since the number one killer of people under the age of 30 is some type of vehicle crash, it stands to reason that one interested in saving lives would contribute to traffic safety education. Bruce has worked in some capacity in this industry for 11 years. He has developed university standards for qualifying employed drivers, owned a number of commercial driving schools, and founded an IRS 501c(3) non-profit foundation whose mission it is to educate Washingtonians, both young and old, about the grave hazards associated with driving.
For the last five years, Bruce has managed the NorthStar Driving Academy
, LLC of Seattle, Auburn, Federal Way and Maple Valley, and just began developing a teen driving project in Pierce County called, "U.S. Drive School."
His heart-felt mission and work ethic is to help save lives by working closely with public schools, businesses and community organizations, promoting healthy road practices for first-time drivers and pedestrians of all ages.
Bruce has also worked on a regional traffic safety corridor project sponsored by the state's Traffic Safety Commission, lending his educational expertise in developing media and public relations events to address the serious problems of DUI and aggressive driving along the Mountain Highway
corridor in Spanaway, WA.