About Us

Our team has decades of experience in alcohol awareness, drunk driving prevention, passenger safety, training, advocacy and communication skills. Lean on the Watch UR BAC Team for any educational programs and help us in efforts of making Texas roads more safe with responsible driving!

  • Ravonne McCray, MS, Program Manager, is a retired teacher, counselor, and school administrator. She received her drivers education certification with her teaching certification and has many years experience teaching drivers education. Ravonne has years experience educating on impaired driving and working with teen drivers as well as adult education. Ravonne is proud to have delivered traffic safety programs at local, state and national conferences over the course of her career. Ravonne has dedicated her life’s work to helping people and strives to make the world a safer place. She has an educator’s heart!


  • Mary Jo Prince, Program Specialist brings years experience educating young drivers. She has been with TAMU AgriLife Extension Service since 2014 and currently serves as Project Specialist with the Watch UR BAC Program and the Reality Education for Drivers, known as the RED, program.  Mary Jo has had the privilege of presenting the merits of the RED Program at the National Lifesavers Conference and the Governors Highway Safety Administration conference. For her commitment to saving lives through youth- focused, impaired driving education programs, Mary Jo received the Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)-North Texas Affiliate’s “2022 Community Partner Award.”


  • Ed Weaver, Program Coordinator, brings over three decades of law enforcement and advocacy experience to the program. He was the first full time Law Enforcement Liaison for the state of Georgia’s Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, where he specialized in traffic safety before his retirement. He has provided consultation and training to law enforcement agencies, attorneys, and judges on topics regarding DUI’s, such as field sobriety testing, breath testing, blood testing and drug recognition. Ed has dedicated himself to the safety and well being of all motorists on the roadways.


  • Candice Gayle, M.Ed., Program Coordinator,  is a retired teacher, counselor, and school administrator. She has worked with youth and their families for thirty years. She came out of retirement because she believes this is a war that needs to be fought. Our most precious resource, which is our kids, are being targeted by Big Tobacco, our young people are dying from fentanyl poisoning and every day someone dies on a Texas highway.  Candice has 4 children and 8 grandchildren and takes it all personally because it can happen to anyone.


  • Ben Harper, Program Coordinator, brings over 5 years of experience working with youth on intellectual, social, and physical goals as well as helping them to overcome issues related to drug and alcohol abuse. In 2021 he received a lifesaving award for saving the life of a heroin overdose victim. This event led him to realize how positive of an impact he could have on Texans’ lives, prompting his involvement in this program. Having witnessed the devastating effects of drug abuse on individuals and their families, Ben is committed to helping prevent such outcomes.


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