Paul joined Global Automakers in 2011 to support the Association’s legislative and regulatory activities affecting vehicle safety. In this position, Paul manages a broad range of automotive policy issues including vehicle cybersecurity, vehicle-to-vehicle communications and connected cars, advanced driver assistance systems, and automated vehicles, among others.
He was previously with the George Washington University National Crash Analysis Center as a Senior Research Associate, where he analyzed real-world crash data to identify opportunities for improvements in vehicle crashworthiness and occupant injury mitigation. Paul has published several research papers on child safety, frontal crash protection, motorcycle safety, and small overlap frontal crashes.
He holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science from Queens University, Belfast, and is currently studying towards a Masters in Transportation Policy, Operations and Logistics at George Mason University.