Help support the foundation with your individual donations and join in on the mission to create a distraction free driving culture.
Nine years ago on November 1, 2007 we lost Shreya to a Distracted Driver. We miss her dearly. We thank those who helped at that time and continue to support us in our resolve to build a distraction-free driving environment.
The Dixit Family
This new book by Vijay Dixit, of the Shreya R. Dixit Memorial Foundation, is a one-of-a-kind resource that brings together real-life stories, facts and figures, fascinating research about our behavior behind the wheel, and expert perspectives on how we can end the distraction epidemic. It is a book no driver can live without.
“A call to action, written with heart” -Senator Amy Klobuchar
One Split Second will be available for sale at the 9th Annual Raksha Walk on August 6. The author will be present to autograph the book.
Recent Blog Posts
My answer to the above question is YES. I won’t be surprised if some of the readers are reacting with amazement and rolling their eyes. Sure that is a genuine reaction to expect. To be fair, my apprehensive friends deserve a clear and compelling explanation as to why I think that the similarity makes sense.Read More
This week’s column builds on a story narrated by my friend Jennifer from Texas. Jennifer drove all the way from San Antonio, Texas to Eden Prairie, Minnesota just to attend our 7th Raksha Walk for Distraction-free Driving on August 2. By the way, I never met her before. Now, I call her a friend for life.Read More
Our family was struck by a devastating tragedy and we resolved to find something good in it. One may term it strange, abnormal, weird, insane etc. etc. It is impossible for a family to lose a 19 year old child, in this case Shreya, and find something good in it? Why? I led the initiative to start the foundation in her name to combat distracted driving and felt like a higher calling pushing me from inside.Read More