Jacquelyn Boggs-Carter is an activist and entrepreneur. She is the founder of the Alliance for Safe Traffic Stops and the inventor of "Not Reaching ", a vehicle identification pouch that holds a motorist’s license and other documents in plain sight. 
Jacquelyn Boggs-Carter grew up in Coatesville, Pennsylvania and lives in Alexandria, Virginia with her husband Wayne Carter. She is an executive with a social justice organization and was employed as a grand jury court reporter in Washington, D.C. and Virginia.  
After being pulled over and feeling unnecessarily tense, Jackie and her husband began to contemplate ways to deescalate traffic stops and other police encounters. Once they saw the tragic death of Philando Castile broadcast in 2016 they knew they couldn't sit by without trying to do something. They developed a prototype for a pouch that clips to your car's air vents. It has clear, explicit writing with some variation of: 
Officer, I'm NOT reaching:
- Driver's license
- Insurance Card
She reached out to Sgt. Roger Ollis who liked the idea so much that he hands them out for free around the community. He now sits on the board of directors at the Alliance for Safe Traffic Stops, an organization dedicated to deescalating traffic stop situations through education, awareness, and proper training. There is a GoFundMe page set up with a $50,000 goal. The organization has partnered with Astral AR, a company that utilizes drone technology to deescalate traffic stop violence.