Glynn Birch

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Glynn Birch was the tenth president of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD). He was appointed to the Board of Directors in 2000, after having served as president of the MADD Central Florida chapter.

Birch's 21-month-old son followed his cousins outside after hearing an ice cream truck bell and was killed by a car traveling 70 miles (110 km) per hour. [1] The driver had a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) over three times the legal limit, had three prior drunk driving convictions, and was driving with a suspended license.

Birch was the first male and the first African-American to head the organization.

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  1. ^ "Glenn Birch". MADD. 

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