Richard Guerry is the founder of the non-profit organization the Institute for Responsible Online and Cell-Phone Communication (IROC2). In 2010 his program received the School Safety Advocacy Council’s “Exemplary School Safety Program” Award. In 2011, he was awarded the School Safety Advocacy Council’s “Exemplary School Safety Initiative” Award. Since June, 2009, Guerry has spoken to more than 700 audiences across the United States and Canada, with participants ranging from novice to avid digital users. He provides his audiences with an entertaining and eye-opening live event that offers a solution-oriented concept of how to avoid any self-inflicted digital problem, which is critical to anyone who uses a digital device. He is also the author of Public and Permanent: The Golden Rule of the 21st Century, and has been a featured speaker at many national conferences and conventions, including the National Conference on Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Prevention, the Internationally Bullying Prevention Association, and the National Symposium on Child Abuse. He has also appeared as a digital safety advocate on CNN and MTV’s Thin Line Campaign, as well as in Parade Magazine and in local, regional and international publications.
Jason Weber has been with the Town of Menasha Police Department since 1992 and is currently assigned to the investigations division as the department’s Community Liaison Officer and Media Spokesperson. He was awarded the 2010 Law Enforcement Partner of the Year from the Wisconsin Prevention Network on Substance Abuse and the 2010 Crime Prevention Practitioner of the Year from the Wisconsin Crime Prevention Practitioners Association. Weber spearheaded a coalition that developed the program Good Drugs Gone Bad that targets prescription drug abuse. This program has been recognized by the US Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Services Administration (SAMHSA), as well as the Wisconsin State Council on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse. Officer Weber is a recognized national speaker on prescription drug abuse.