On July 19, Kerr Russell member Mark Knoth attended The Automotive Hall of FameGala, where Steven Kiefer was honored for his groundbreaking work with The Kiefer Foundation to end distracted driving. Mark serves on the board of the Foundation. Fellow attendee Chrissie Wywrot of Chrissie Wywrot, Inc. shared this image and description on LinkedIn. With her permission, we are sharing here as well.
“I’m so glad I got to spend time with this group at the Automotive Hall of Fame Gala tonight. It’s amazing how new people can just pop into your life and make an impact! Steven Kiefer connected with The ChadTough Foundation and I met William Hotchkiss to discuss The Kiefer Foundation. Just like that, I was adopted into a new group of advocates! I’m learning that it is never too late to take a next step. It’s never too late to grow, pivot, begin again. A new opportunity is always right around the corner. Whether or not we step into that new opportunity is based on the decisions made today. I’m so looking forward to making a real difference with this fantastic and inspiring group of people! Pictured: Robert Fisher, Mark Knoth, Y. Jamie Mistry, Emily Bahr.”
Well said, Chrissie! Thanks for sharing and for all you all are doing for this important cause.
About The Kiefer Foundation: “On September 19, 2016, Mitchel Kiefer was tragically killed in an auto accident caused by a distracted driver. Founded to honor Mitchel’s legacy, the mission of the Kiefer Foundation is to end distracted driving and all associated traffic deaths and injuries. Efforts from our three pillars will help support our mission.”