OLYMPIA, WA — Washington Traffic Safety Commission Director Darrin T. Grondel honored Tierra Wilson, a student at Tahoma Senior High School, for her work to improve traffic safety among her peers. Ms. Wilson was recognized during Senior Awards Night at her high school on May 31, 2017.
Ms. Wilson also won the $2,500 Safe Driving Scholarship for submitting a video focusing on her work as a DECA state officer working with the Traffic Safety Commission promoting the Target Zero initiative. Her video entry can be viewed here, driving-tests.org/scholarship.
Her passion for sharing safe driving messages with her peers includes reminders to follow the intermediate driver rules, such as no passengers, no cell phone use, and following the night time driving restrictions. She sets the right example by always wearing her seat belt and never driving under the influence.
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