Meera Naran MBE
Independent Road Safety Campaigner and Speaker
Meera Naran MBE is an independent road safety campaigner and public speaker helping to ensure we have safer drivers on safer roads.
In May 2018, she lost her eight-year-old son Dev, in a collision on the M6. Since that time, she has successfully campaigned for the adoption of 18 national policy changes with a commitment from the Department for Transport to spend £900m including changes to the Highway Code and on-going driver education.
She is also currently lobbying for a change in legislation to implement life-saving technology such as autonomous emergency braking, proposed as Dev's Law, and continues to work to ensure that no one else goes through the pain of losing a loved one in the way she and her family did. Meera is a qualified Pharmacist and a Senior Lecturer in Post Graduate Clinical Pharmacy and is also a Trustee of the road safety charity, Brake.