Dylan Mullins is an honors program student in the School of Arts and Sciences who is currently studying political science. From June of 2017, Dylan spent two years serving as the National President of Students Against Destructive Decisions, a national non-profit dedicated to advancing the interests of youth health and safety. During this time, Dylan traveled the country to speak on behalf of the organization, and lead a federal lobbying effort to include traffic safety programming in the F.A.S.T. Act reauthorization bill. After concluding his tenure in June of 2019, Dylan accepted a seat on SADD’s National Board of Directors, where he is currently working to rewrite SADD’s national policies based on contemporary research. Dylan is also currently researching the public’s perception of the ever-dwindling “right to privacy” with Professor Heumann, and hopes to pursue a related career after graduating from law school. In his free time, Dylan volunteers as an Emergency Medical Technician with the Marlboro First Aid and Rescue Squad. Dylan also greatly enjoys roller coasters, which nicely compliments his current position as Supervisor of Emergency Medical Services, Safety, and Risk Management at Six Flags Great Adventure.