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Ashley McDonald


 

A Project Manager for the Human Factors and Vehicle Safety Research division, Ashley McDonald manages and coordinates all components of the program’s Automotive Research and National Education Campaign, designed to educate American drivers about new advanced vehicle safety technologies. Prior to joining the Human Factors Research Program, Ms. McDonald served as a Project Manager with the Iowa Social Science Center, coordinating various data collection studies both on and off campus, including the National Consumer Survey of Driving Safety Technologies for the Automotive Research and Education Campaign. Before joining the University, Ms. McDonald worked for a local government’s community planning and economic development department, administering federal grant programs and various other housing and economic development programs.

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Publications:

McDonald, A. B., Reyes, M. L., Roe, C. A., Friberg, J. E., Faust, K. S., McGehee, D. V. (2016, December). Technology Demonstration Study Technical Report.
McDonald, A., McGehee, D., Chrysler, S., Askelson, N., Angell, L., Seppelt, B. (2016). National Survey Identifying Gaps in Consumer Knowledge of Advanced Vehicle Safety Systems. Transportation Research Record, Jun 2016, 1-6.

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