NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD
490 L'Enfant Plaza SW., Washington, DC 20594
Phone, 202-314-6000. Internet, www.ntsb.gov.
Chairman Ellen G. Engleman
Vice Chairman Mark V. Rosenker
Members Carol J. Carmody, John J. Goglia, Richard F. Healing
Executive Director (vacancy)
Managing Director Dan Campbell
Chief Financial Officer Steven Goldberg
Chief Administrative Law Judge William E. Fowler, Jr.
General Counsel Ronald S. Battocchi
Deputy General Counsel David Bass
Director, Office of Aviation Safety John C. Clark
Deputy Director Thomas Haueter
Deputy Director for Major Bob Benzon
Deputy Director for International Robert MacIntosh
Deputy Director for Regional Jeff Guzzetti
Director, Office of Government and Industry (vacancy)
Deputy Director for Government Cheryl McCullough
Director, Office of Transportation Disaster Brenda Yager
Deputy Director Sharon Bryson
Director, Office of Public Affairs Ted Lopatkiewicz
Director, Office of Communications Programs (vacancy)
Director, Office of Highway Safety Joseph E. Osterman
Deputy Director Bruce Magladry
Director, Office of Marine Safety Marjorie M. Murtagh
Director, Office of Railroad, Pipeline, and Robert J. Chipkevich
Hazardous Materials Investigations
Associate Director for Railroad Jim Ritter
Associate Director for Hazardous Bob Trainor
Associate Director for Pipeline Rod Dyck
Director, Office of Research and Engineering Vernon Ellingstad
Deputy Director Alan S. Kushner
Director, Office of Safety Recommendations and Elaine Weinstein
Deputy Director Jim Rosenberg
Deputy Director for Technology J. Richard Van Woerkom
Director, Office of the Academy Julie Beal
Dean, Office of the Academy Frank Richey
The National Transportation Safety Board seeks to ensure that all types of transportation in the United States are conducted safely. The Board investigates accidents, conducts studies, and makes recommendations to Government agencies, the transportation industry, and others on safety measures and practices.
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) was established in 1967 and made totally independent on April 1, 1975, by the Independent Safety Board Act of 1974 (49 U.S.C. 1111).
The Safety Board consists of five members appointed by the President with the advice and consent of the Senate for 5-year terms. The President designates two of these...