ACRS WiRSN – International Women’s Day Celebration


Celebrate International Women’s Day and the Official Launch of the ACRS Women in Road Safety Network


The ACRS Women in Road Safety Network invite you to celebrate International Women’s Day and the Official Launch of the ACRS Women in Road Safety Network! 

Our inaugural webinar shines a spotlight on our award-winning speaker who will share their road safety journey and insights on the professional development. There will be an opportunity for discussion after the presentation.

This webinar is free to ACRS members and $20 for non-members. Learn more about ACRS Membership here.

Jessica Truong is an international road safety expert with more than 19 years of experience in the field. Jessica holds qualifications in psychology and science and is currently completing a PhD using Sweden’s Vision Zero planning approach. Jessica Truong has received the ACRS Women in Road Safety Award in honour for her commitment to improving road safety using technical knowledge, policy, strategy, and communication to deliver safer outcomes for all road users globally.

Her international work includes leadership roles with the Towards Zero Foundation and the Global New Car Assessment Program where she oversees programs and advocates for policy changes that can enhance vehicle safety and road safety globally and in the Asia Pacific region. In Australia, Jessica managed road safety policy and research programs with the internationally recognised Transport Accident Commission in Victoria. As a part of her role at the TAC, she championed for the change in focus from a traditional road safety approach to the Vision Zero/Safe System approach and led the TAC’s development and launch of its Towards Zero strategy and public education campaign which included the world renowned “Man on the Street” advertisement. Jessica is also a Director at Lösnignar, a specialist vision zero planning company.