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Wed, Jul 27


Ski Hi Regional Events Center

2022 Summer Conference

High Mountain Pupil Transportation Training Summer Conference is a great opportunity to see and hear about the latest technologies and newest developments from student management, insurance, equipment, and more!

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2022 Summer Conference
2022 Summer Conference

Time & Location

Jul 27, 2022, 7:00 AM – Jul 29, 2022, 11:00 PM

Ski Hi Regional Events Center, 2345 Sherman Ave, Monte Vista, CO 81144, USA


About the event


The Sandhill Inn and Suites

Located in Monte Vista, CO just minutes from the Ski Hi Event Center! Book your room under "High Mountain" to receive the group rates!



Your ticket price includes breakfast, lunch and snacks for the date(s) of attendance.


David Moschner - CPRColorado

David Moschner is a retired firefighter from the Denver metro area.  With his experience, training and knowledge, he formed and has been teaching health and safety training for over 25 years.  Dave's passion for training safety awareness and working with people has made CPR Colorado a leading training company.  When not working, Dave enjoys the outdoors by climbing 14rs, hiking, camping, and all outdoor activities.

Max Christensen - Iowa Dept. of Education

Max serves as the State Director of Pupil Transportation in Iowa and is a Past-President of NASDPTS (National Association of State Directors of Pupil Transportation Services), serving in that capacity from 2012-2014, and was part of the NASDPTS Executive Team from 2010-2020. He’s been involved with school transportation since 1987, having started as a head driver/mechanic/supervisor. He worked at three local school districts in Iowa prior to attaining the State Director position in 2003 and has the distinction of being the longest serving current State Director in the nation. Back home, he strives for a progressive agenda to keep Iowa at the forefront in the school transportation industry, with the safety of students as his bottom line in all situations.

In 2018, he was honored to receive the national “Administrator of the Year Award” from School Bus Fleet magazine, in part due to his efforts at making Iowa the first state in the nation to have all school bus drivers trained in how to recognize the warning signs for victims of human trafficking. Since then, several other states have followed his lead in battling this horrendous crime. His most satisfying achievement occurred in 2019 as he led the fight to bring legislation to Iowa mandating lap/shoulder belts in all new school buses. In January of 2022 he received the “Outstanding Anti-Trafficking Service Award” from Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds and the Iowa Network Against Human Trafficking and Slavery, again for his accomplishment in training 100% of Iowa’s school bus drivers in this area.

His passions include his family, traveling, airplanes, and photography. He and his wife of 28 years, Lisa, are the proud parents of their 15-year old daughter Olivia and their 13-year old son Isaiah, both of whom were adopted from China as infants. With kids that age in the house, there is never a dull, or quiet, moment!

Chris Ellison - David Douglas School District, Oregon

Chris entered the pupil transportation industry in 1996 as a special needs school bus driver for Eugene School District 4J in Eugene, Oregon. Chris spent 4 years driving both special education and regular education routes. In 2006, Chris was hired as the Director of Transportation for Greater Albany Public Schools in Albany, Oregon. In January of 2013, he returned to the Eugene School District as their Director of Transportation and Fleet Services. In January of 2021, Chris was hired as the Director of Transportation for David Douglas School District in Portland, Oregon. Chris is a past-president of Oregon Pupil Transportation Association and is currently the Chair of the State and National Associations Council for NASDPTS (National Association of State Directors of Pupil Transportation Services). He has presented numerous driver and administrative trainings on the local, state and national levels. Chris’s passion lies with helping others in the pupil transportation industry. From driver training to administrative mentoring, Chris loves to help others learn and grow while also continuing to broaden his knowledge base within pupil transportation.

Breahna Miller - CSDSIP

Breahna Miller is a Risk Control consultant with the Colorado School Districts Self Insurance Pool. CSDSIP provides comprehensive coverage in the property and liability areas to Colorado public schooling entities.  In addition, CSDSIP provides many risk management resources and services to its Members. Breahna has been with CSDSIP for 10 years first as a member of the administrative staff before moving over to the Risk Control department. In Risk Control, Breahna is devoted to assisting Members with reducing loss exposures by providing comprehensive facility risk assessments; providing regional and local training; assisting in the development of emergency procedures; identifying and presenting recommendations on various Member concerns. When she is not in the office developing new trainings or answering Member research questions, you can find her throughout the state delivering one on one Member assistance.

Jenna Zerlynick - Colorado Assistant Attorney General

Jenna Zerylnick is an Assistant Attorney General in the K-12 Education Unit at the Colorado Department of Law. Her role includes general counsel work for state agencies, such as the Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind and the Colorado Department of Education, as well as education-related litigation. Ms. Zerylnick’s previous experience includes working as legal counsel at the Colorado Association of School Boards, insurance defense litigation in private practice, and teaching American Government as an adjunct instructor at a junior college.

Gian Marshall - Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration

Gian Marshall is with the Drug and Alcohol Programs Division in the Office of Safety Programs at FMCSA. She began her tenure at FMCSA in August 2009 as the Secretary for the Office of Enforcement’s Associate Administrator. She also served as an Administrative Officer and a Management Analyst. In September 2020, she transferred to the Drug and Alcohol Programs Division as the FMCSA Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse Program Manager. Prior to joining FMCSA, Gian spent 6 years working in the private sector and served for over 11 years as Military Police in the U.S. Army.

Barbara Baker - Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration

Barbara Baker is with the Compliance Division in the Office of Enforcement at the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). She began her tenure at FMCSA in 2003 as a contractor supporting the IT Development Division and then as a federal employee starting in 2008. In 2016 she moved to the Compliance Division to support projects such as the Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse. Barbara has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Management with a concentration in Management Information Systems from Binghamton University. Barbara currently lives in Burke, VA with her husband and two sons.

This event has a group. You’re welcome to join the group once you register for the event.


  • 1 hour

    Welcome and Registration

    Conference 1

  • 1 hour 45 minutes

    2022 Road-e-o

    Carnival Lot
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