SHREYA

Killed November 1, 2007
at age 19

Would still be alive today
but for an irresponsible
act of a distracted driver

Let's End Distracted Driving & Save Lives

15th Raksha Walk Showcasing

Our Interns from Across the Nation Communicate Distraction-free Driving with:

  • Imaginative Writing
  • Gripping graphics
  • Persuasive Messaging
  • Creative Robotic Innovation
  • Compelling Film Production
  • Driver Safety Program Evaluations

"Severe thunderstorms did disappoint participants BUT Not their enthusiasm for the cause of distraction-free Driving"

End Distracted Driving

Vijay Dixit's TEDx Talk

I Found My Roadmap for Confronting Tragedy in a Blooming Lotus

The talk centered on the theme, ‘Rewriting Your Narrative’, for the 2021 TEDx Youth@MinnetonkaHS.

Vijay Dixit describes his experience in confronting tragedy, how it transformed him into a life-long advocate for teen driver safety.

How we engage teens?

Education

Our educational material and tools train youngsters to become peer advocates capable of influencing their peers to adopt distraction-free driving behaviors

Incentives

We use meaningful financial and non-financial incentives for young students to promote responsible driving behaviors

Actions

Education and incentives valued by the youth inspire them to execute innovative projects and showcase their creations with pride at public events

GRAB# OUR NEW BOOK RELEASE:

THE DISTRACTED DRIVING EPIDEMIC

Vijay Dixit traded his professional career with social advocacy after a distracted driver killed his 19-year-old daughter, Shreya on November 1, 2007. Vijay and his wife Rekha and their surviving daughter Nayha established Shreya R. Dixit Memorial Foundation, a non-profit with the mission to transform the driving culture in the nation.

VIJAY DIXIT

- CHAIRMAN, SHREYA R. DIXIT MEMORIAL FOUNDATION

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