The Lutzie 43 Foundation announces Jim Brown as the newest member to the team. Brown brings expertise from the driving safety technology sector that will be an asset to the Lutzie 43 Foundation and the growth of the foundation’s 43 Key Seconds safe driving initiative. Before joining the Lutzie 43 Foundation, Brown served as an account executive at Lytx, Inc. where he worked on projects that helped identify poor driving, before it led to a collision. Brown attended the same high school as Mike Lutzenkirchen, Philip’s father, and executive director of the Lutzie 43 Foundation.
“I am excited to jump in and use my previous knowledge and experience to grow the foundation through the 43 Key Seconds safe driving initiative,” said Brown. “I am passionate about the mission and work the Lutzie 43 Foundation is doing to reduce the number of lives lost due to distracted, impaired and unsafe driving. Having the opportunity to use Philip’s legacy as a vehicle to create positive behavioral changes behind the wheel means a lot. I have followed the foundation since its beginning and am honored to be a part of such a meaningful organization.”
In his new role, Brown will have two main responsibilities: help build out the foundation’s education and training programs and cultivate new partnerships resulting in strategic partners and revenue generation. The foundation’s 43 Key Seconds safe driving initiative partners with companies to implement 43 Key Seconds into their corporate safety initiatives. Brown’s expertise will continue to grow those partnerships and develop training programs for corporate safety experts.