NETS Board Member Bios
Sandra S. Lee, Board Chairperson (2012 and 2013)
Director, Worldwide Fleet Safety
Johnson & Johnson
Sandy Lee is the Director, Worldwide Fleet Safety with global responsibility for Johnson & Johnson’s SAFE Fleet providing services to 36,000 drivers. Sandy’s background includes over 20 years of experience in the fields of health, wellness and safety. Prior to her current position, Sandy was the Health & Safety Director with responsibility for health and safety services provided to North America Consumer and Personal Care Companies within J&J and for facilitating global ergonomics risk reduction efforts within this group. Her experience also includes the delivery of health, wellness and Employee Assistance Program services for US employees in manufacturing and R&D environments.
She holds a BS degree in Nutritional Sciences and a Master, Public Health in Health Education from the University of California, Los Angeles. She is certified as a Health Education Specialist and certified in Process Excellence. Sandy represents J&J on the Board of Directors for the Network of Employers for Traffic Safety and is a member of the National Association of Fleet Administrators and the American Public Health Association.
Bill Windsor (Finance Chair 2012 and 2013)
Associate Vice President
Bill is an advocate for safety initiatives that helps Nationwide policyholders prevent losses and protect what matters most to them.
Bill currently serves in leadership positions in the safety community including:
- Network of Employers for Traffic Safety
- Institute for Business and Home Safety
- National Safety Council
- Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety
- Lifesavers Conference
- Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving
- Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
Joseph L. McKillips, CSP (Vice Chair 2013)
Manager, Commercial Program Support, Abbott Laboratories
Mr. McKillips currently serves as Manager, Commercial Program Support for Abbott. During his 23-year career with Abbott, headquartered in north suburban Chicago, Mr. McKillips has provided safety and health leadership and technical support throughout various manufacturing, R&D and commercial sales and service organizations with special emphasis in the areas of fleet safety, process safety management and loss prevention. In his current position, Mr. McKillips and members of his staff provide leadership and direction to the Corporation’s more than 30,000 worldwide commercial employees. Mr. McKillips was a participating member of the ANSI/ASSE Z-15.1 Accredited Standards Committee on Safe Practices for Motor Vehicle Fleet Operations and is a member of the ASSE Northeast Illinois Chapter. He also serves on the Board of the Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS).
Senior Vice President 0f Human Resources
Chris Carroll is the Senior Vice President of Human Resources for AmeriFleet Transportation headquartered in Alpharetta, GA. He has over 16 years of Human Resources experience and within the last eight years management responsibilities over the Safety department functions. Prior to joining AmeriFleet in 2011, Chris was at US Foods and North Star Foodservice in various human resources management positions in Jackson, MS, Greenville, SC and Atlanta, GA. Between 1997 and 2004 he was at Sprint Telecommunication in several Human Resources management positions.
Chris holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Georgia Southern University and earned his MBA in Human Resources Management from Kennesaw State University. Chris is also a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources. He currently lives in Atlanta and is married with two boys.
Assistant Vice President
Chubb & Son
Sheri Bonsall is an assistant vice president for the Chubb Corporation, and manager of Employee Mobility Management for Chubb & Son, the premier property and casualty insurance firm headquartered in Warren, New Jersey. With annual revenues in excess of $13 billion, Chubb ranks 176th on the Fortune 500 employing over 10,000 people in thirty countries.
In her role as employee mobility manager, Sheri, who oversees a staff of ten, has responsibility and oversight for all aspects of corporate travel, meeting and event services, virtual conferencing services, and fleet management.
In 2005, Business Travel News named Sheri a Best Practitioner for Meetings, that same year she was recognized by Aberdeen Group for “Best Practices in Travel Cost Management” based on her achievements in reducing Chubb’s travel and automating and streamlining meetings processes
Sheri served two consecutive terms as president of the New Jersey Business Travel Association, followed by four years as Chairman of the Board. She is a two-time recipient of NJBTA’s “Direct Member of the Year”, its highest honor. During her presidency, she served as a member of the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) Chapter Presidents’ Council (CPC), and in 2006, received its’ Professional Service Award in recognition of her dedication and commitment to the chapter and GBTA.
She is a member of GBTA, ACTE, Automotive Fleet and Leasing Association (AFLA) and NAFA Fleet Management Association. She has served on numerous Corporate Advisory Boards including American Express, Hyatt Hotels, Continental Airlines, Donlen Corporation and Ford Motor Company.
Route to Market Safety and Environmental Principal
The Coca-Cola Company
As Route to Market Safety and Environmental Principal for The Coca-Cola Company, Jonathan works with Company and franchise bottler organizations to lead the development and implementation of safety and environmental programs for the Coca-Cola system which provides 1.8 Billion servings per day across more than 200 countries.
Over his 20 year career, Jonathan has served in a variety of health, safety, & environment roles of increasing responsibility in Academia, BioTech and Manufacturing. He has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physics from Bridgewater State College and a Master of Arts Degree in Environmental Studies from Brown University.
Jonathan and his wife Kate live in the Boston, Massachusetts area, are proud parents of two active children and a goldendoodle.
National Program Management
Amy is responsible for the management of a portfolio of programs of preferred suppliers in the areas of fleet, records management, promotional products, printed forms and materials, office supplies and mail/shipping services. Amy and her team focus on building strategic partnerships with the preferred suppliers to ensure the quality of services/products, support key initiatives (e.g. safety, service, expense), introduce new vendor capabilities, and share best practices across Strategic Business Units.
In her role, Amy oversees the policy and programs impacting the ~3000 drivers in Liberty Mutual’s Fleet program, actively engaging those drivers in Liberty Mutual’s Fleet Driver Safety Program.
Amy’s prior experience at Liberty Mutual includes assignments in Marketing/Agency Management Operations of the Regional Agency Markets SBU, Vice President and Manager of Helmsman Management Services, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Liberty Mutual that provides customized service programs to commercial market customers, manager of Operations Analysis, and director of Decision Support Services – Financial Operations. She is a graduate of Wheaton College, Norton MA and earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Babson College, Wellesley, MA.
Director, Environmental Safety and Health
Deb is Director of Environmental, Safety, and Health at Monsanto with responsibility for the Global Vehicle Safety and Global Off the Job Safety programs as well as North America Commercial ESH. She has held a range of positions with increasing responsibility in Monsanto’s Manufacturing, Commercial, and Technology organizations.
Deb has a Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Masters Degree in Business Administration both from the University of Iowa. She obtained her Six Sigma Black Belt certification in 2003.
Within the community, Deb has served as a volunteer for various charities in the communities in which she has lived and was a member of the Kiwanis Club and the Junior Achievement Board of Directors. In 2005, she served as co-chair for the Monsanto United Way campaign.
Deb and her husband have 2 children and reside in St. Louis, Missouri
Research Health Scientist
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
Stephanie Pratt, PhD is a Research Health Scientist for the U.S. National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), with nearly 20 years’ experience in occupational health and safety. She is the lead subject area specialist within NIOSH for road safety, and is Coordinator of the NIOSH Center for Motor Vehicle Safety.
In addition to serving as a Federal government liaison to the NETS Board of Directors, Dr. Pratt is a member of the Transportation Research Board Committee on Vehicle User Characteristics, the ANSI Z-15 Committee, the Road Traffic Injury Research Network, the U.S. government Roundtable on Global Road Safety, and represents NIOSH in the UN Road Safety Collaboration and its Work-related Road Safety Project Group.
Dr. Pratt’s recent research projects include a survey of truck driver health and safety, analysis of crash data for the U.S. armed services, and an international review of occupational crash data. She holds master’s degrees in music performance and sociology, and a PhD in public policy analysis.
Senior Program Manager
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
Amy L. Schick joined the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in June 2007 as a Presidential Management Fellow. Amy currently works in the Office of Impaired Driving and Occupant Protection developing, testing and refining best-practice highway safety countermeasures. During her fellowship, Amy served as a staffer on the U.S. House of Representatives, Appropriations Subcommittee for Transportation, Housing and Urban Development and Related Agencies and as a data analyst for the Consumer Allowance and Rebate System (CARS) program.
Prior to her fellowship, Amy served in the U.S. Army Reserve Finance Corps, which included a 15 month Middle East deployment, where she managed cash payments throughout the Kuwait and Iraq Theater of military operations. Amy has also worked as a paramedic in the public and private sectors and has experience in emergency management/disaster mitigation.
Amy holds a bachelor’s degree in emergency health services from the George Washington University, in Washington, D.C., and a master of science in health promotion management from Marymount University in Arlington, VA. Amy lives in Virginia, is married with a step-son and two dogs.
Global Road Safety Manager
Shell International Petroleum Company, B.V.
Mike is the Global Road Safety Manager at Shell International Petroleum Company and is based in The Hague, Netherlands. Mike has spent over 34 years at Shell in various Logistics, Operational, Transport and Safety roles in several different countries.
He has degrees in Financial Management, Mechanical Engineering and a Masters in Business Administration. He has taught Logistics and Supply Chain Management at Pepperdine University and Ohio State University.
Mike has firsthand experience, “I remember my first road crash as a five year old child. My Mum’s head went through the windshield, because she did not wear her seat belt. I flew from the back seat to the front seat. Luckily, we only had minor injuries. We buckle up ever since!”
According to Mike, simple interventions with others can save a life or prevent a serious injury. He says, “Not wearing a seat belt, speeding or using your mobile while driving is inexcusable and following these simple rules in everyday life will prevent millions of injuries and hundreds of thousands of fatalities every year.
Health and Safety Manager
Jack became the Executive Director of the Network of Employers for Traffic Safety in February 2008. As Executive Director, Jack is responsible for leading NETS’ road safety efforts. These include: the annual Strength in Numbers fleet safety benchmark survey, the annual Drive Safely Work Week campaign, marketing the Novice Driver’s Road Map, and NETSWork, NETS’ monthly enewsletter. In addition, Jack represents NETS on the UN Road Safety Collaboration, the principal steering committee for the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020 initiative.
Prior to his current position, Jack spent thirty-years with Monsanto Company. His career included assignments in sales and marketing, global project management, business management, and strategic change. Following his early retirement, Jack returned to Monsanto as a consultant and provided project support to various Monsanto teams. One project, in particular, developed and implemented Monsanto’s global vehicle safety program.