Initial Education Coordinator
Being the granddaughter of a Fire Chief growing up was no easy task. As soon as she could walk, she was used as a patient when her Grandfather would teach EMS Courses. It was inevitable that she would follow in his footsteps and become a Paramedic. She first became certified in EMS in 2011, immediately working for a busy EMS service. Ever since, she has been heavily involved in all areas of EMS. She has a strong background in legal aspects of EMS, National Registry requirements, and EMS Education. She loves being able to teach and bring her experiences to the table. She finds it gratifying to get more people involved in EMS, especially the younger generation.
After serving as an EMS Director for a small rural EMS service, she made a career change to teach full time for CE Solutions. Outside of work, she spends most of her time traveling to new places with her husband and two sons.