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Alex Epstein is the creative, strategy and management lead on several NSC national public education programs and initiatives. He manages creative teams that develop all forms of digital content, including social media, videos, websites, apps, games and promotions, in support of the NSC mission to eliminate preventable deaths.
Mr. Epstein spearheads the NSC Advanced Automotive Safety Technology initiative and its public-facing
MyCarDoesWhat national driver education campaign on Advanced Driver Assistance Systems and vehicle automation. He previously developed and managed the DriveitHOME education project for parents of new teen drivers. He also manages and directs the Creative Services function at NSC.
Mr. Epstein has extensive broadcast TV news experience, having worked for the Gannett Corporation in the L.A. Bureau of the
USA Today On TV national television news program, as well as for the Walt Disney Company as senior producer/special projects for KCAL-TV News Los Angeles, where he wrote and produced television programs, series, specials and mini-documentaries.
Mr. Epstein has received numerous national and local awards for his work, from a Los Angeles Area Emmy Award, to LA Press Club, Edward R. Murrow, AP, California Bar Association and others. For corporate work, he and his team were recognized by PR Week magazine for executive producing the Video News Release of the Year, PR News Platinum award, North American Excellence Award in PR and others.
A native of New York City, he began in broadcast television at the CBS affiliate in Fairbanks, Alaska. He is a graduate of Bennington College and the Yale University School of Organization and Management.
Mr. Epstein is a voting member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, in the Producer Peer Group.