32 National Campus Safety Initiative (32 NCSI)S. Daniel Carter has more than 20 years of experience working with college and university campus safety issues. He began at the University of Tennessee, from which he has a B.A. in Political Science, with the student group Safe Campuses Now then worked for Security On Campus, Inc. (now the Clery Center for Security On Campus), a national non-profit campus safety organization.
He has been recognized on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives as “probably the leading person in this Nation in advocating more action and tougher action against crimes that are committed on campus.” His experience includes helping to craft and implement five major pieces of federal legislation, operating a national campus crime victim advocacy program, and co-creating and running a campus security training program that has served more than 2,500 college and university officials.
Born and raised in Alexandria, Virginia, Marjorie has an extensive background in fundraising, marketing, and special event planning. Through astute strategic planning, communications and branding, she has delivered a wide range of community based projects for her private sector and not-for-profit clients. Her past clientele includes the United Way, SAP International, Fisher House Foundation, Marine Corps Scholarship Fund and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Marjorie lives in Oakton, Virginia with her husband of 28 years. They have two adult sons and a daughter who is a junior at Bishop O'Connell High School.
Brittany Tarzia, InternBrittany Tarzia is a senior at Virginia Tech, working towards her Bachelor's of Science in Psychology with a minor in Creative Writing. A native of Richmond, Virginia, she is heavily involved in Actively Caring for People on campus, which stems from the Center for Applied Behavior Systems and partners with the Center for Peace Studies and Violence Prevention. AC4P is active in bullying prevention in schools, as well as helping build and sustain stronger and safer communities using a positive approach.
After graduation, Brittany plans to study industrial/organizational psychology and continue to learn and research more efficient and sustainable ways to increase others well-being in any given community.
Happy to be a part of the VTV family, she has been heavily involved with VTV since the first event for which she volunteered (Art Exhibit '12). Brittany has friends who lost loved ones on April 16th and knows how strong and embedded the Hokie Spirit is in our hearts; in those we have, and those we have lost.