Darien Times: “From the Beltway to a black belt”

By Darien Times on June 14, 2014 Nicole Nason went from sparring a courtroom to sparring in the dojo, and after four years of work, she has earned a black belt. Nason’s life in Washington,

USAToday.com: “Diplomacy, humor take new NHTSA chief far”

View original article here. Nicole Nason seems more mom-next-door than woman at the top of the nation's highway safety agency. But bubbly personalities can be misleading. The 36-year-old lawyer and former Republican Capitol Hill aide

Auto News: “NHTSA’s Nason Earns Car Seat Credentials From Safe Kids Worldwide”

View original article here. Child Passenger Safety Technicians train parents and caregivers to select, install and adjust car seats and booster seats and to determine when a child is the right size to move from

Edmunds.com: “For NHTSA Chief Nason, Family Influences Policy”

View full article here. Update: Nason stepped down from her position in September 2008. She was replaced by David Kelley, her former chief of staff. When Nicole Nason became administrator of the National Highway