Safety-oriented Fire Fighting professional having more than 22 years of public and private safety experience in the planning, organizing and administration of the contemporary emergency services organization. Possesses huge knowledge in fire administration, public relations, equipment management, budget management, and the enforcement of regulations, policies and procedures related to fire suppression, hazardous material response, rescue and emergency services. Highly competent in assessing and eliminating risks and hazards through effective recommendations. Well-equipped leadership and analytical skills as evidenced by ability to continuously improve fire/rescue operations and emergency medical services. Astute interpersonal skills interface effectively with firefighters, municipal leaders, community members, key municipal stakeholders, and the general public.
Minor in Fire Service Administration
State of Michigan EMT-Paramedic
State of Michigan Paramedic Instructor-Coordinator
MFFTC Fire Officer I/II/III
Blue Card NIMS Type IV/V Hazard Zone Incident Commander/Instructor
MFFTC Fire Instructor II
ISFSI Live Fire Fixed Facility Instructor
Society of Michigan EMS Instructor Coordinators
Michigan Fire Service Instructors Association
National Fire Academy Alumnus
International Society of Fire Service Instructors - State Ambassador
2007 American Medical Response National Star of Life
2007 American Ambulance Association National Star of Life
2007 Michigan Association of Ambulance Services Star of Life
The 100 Club of Greater Lansing Professional Excellence Award - 2017
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Clerical Duties (Dispatcher role)
There are many times where I have to multitask as a patient transporter and as a dispatcher (performing clerical duties) at the same time.
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I am part of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society.
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Upbeat individual known for courteously speaking with public callers to understand what types of services are required. A motivated Public Safety Dispatcher capable of referring communications to the proper personnel while making the best decisions in the worst situations. Considered a compassionate and hard-working professional. Highly communicative individual with the ability to remain composed in very stressful situations. An effective Public Safety Dispatcher with expertise in records management, radio communications and keeping callers as calm as possible. Strives to achieve goal of obtaining a career as a law enforcement officer.