/// ANDREAS CLEVE is the CEO and Co-founder of the artifcial intelligence
startup Corti.ai. Andreas was among the pioneers in modern language
technology having co-founded the technology company Ovivo, which was sold
in 2013, and later co-founded Nordic.AI and Copenhagen.AI which are among the
leading European non-profts for enhancing and guiding the development of
next generation artifcial intelligence.
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/// STEPHANIE CORBIN, NRP, is an EMS Training Offcer for Loudoun
County Fire and Rescue. She’s been involved in fre, rescue and EMS for 18 years
serving as an educator, frefghter and critical care paramedic.
/// CARL CRAIGLE, NRP, ran his frst ambulance call at the age of 15. He’s
served as a frefghter, EM T, paramedic, SWAT medic, instructor, coach and
servant leader in a career spanning over 30 years.
/// SCOT T CRAWFORD, NRP, FP-C, EMSI, is lead instructor for the
Omaha (Neb.) Fire Department paramedic program. He’s also a certifed fight
paramedic with LifeNet of the Heartland, operated by Air Methods. He was
honored as the Nebraska EMS Association’s 2010 Instructor of the Year and the
National Association of EMS Educators 2010 Unsung Hero’s Award for
/// SHAUN CURTIS, BS, EM T-P, is the Risk and Safety Manager for
MedStar Mobile Healthcare in Fort Worth, Texas, where he began as an EM T and
has worked for 16 years.
/// DAVID DALTON, BS, EMT-P, is the creator of the video, “Practical
Skills Prep for the EM T”, published by Jones and Bartlett and a contributing
author for several EMS textbooks. He’s also an EMS Training Offce and
Defensive Tactics Instructor at St. Charles County Ambulance District in
/// ROBIN DAVIS, NRP, is an accomplished paramedic with more than 31
years in EMS and 28 years of experience as a police offcer, rising to the rank of
lieutenant. He received his paramedic training from the prestigious George
Washington University in Washington, D.C.
/// BRADLEY DEAN, NRP, is the Battalion Chief over the Training Division
for Rowan County (N.C.) Emergency Services and serves as the Paramedic
Program Director for Rowan-Cabarrus Community College in Salisbury, N.C. He’s
involved in multiple state and national EMS initiatives. He also teaches Martial
Arts and is a Lifetime Member of the American Freestyle Karate Association.
/// JOHN DELANE Y, MA, CAP TAIN II, has been in the fre service for
over t wenty-six years; the last 22 years as a member of the Arlington County
Fire Department (ACFD), Arlington, Virginia. Currently, he is the program manager
for Arlington County Fire Department’s High Threat Response Program which
focuses on building operational capabilities that will be required for atypical
threats to include: active shooter, explosive and fre as a weapon events. The
program focuses on the development of multiagency, integrated police and fre
response. Previously he was the team leader for the National Medical Response
Team –National Capital Region (NMR T-NCR). The NMR T-NCR was a federally
funded weapon of mass destruction response team which comprised of over
150 fre fghters, paramedics, hazardous material specialists, la w enforcement
offcers, doctors, and nurses from within the Washington metropolitan region.
/// MARC-ANTOINE DESCHAMPS, OSTJ, ACPF, BAPPB:ES, is
Superintendent of Public Information for the Ottawa Paramedic Service. He’s
also a facilitator for the Regional Paramedic Program for Eastern Ontario,
Canada, which oversees the certifcation and training of more than 1,000
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/// EDWARD DICKINSON, MD, NRP, FACEP, is a Professor and
board-certifed emergency medicine and EMS physician at the University of
Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. He serves as the medical director of the PennStar
aeromedical and ground transport program and medical director of the Malvern,
Ber wyn and Radnor Fire Companies. He’s also the medical editor of JEMS and
provides medical oversight for EMS Today.
/// BRIAN DONALDSON, CCP, ASM, is the Director of EMS for
Waushara County, Wis, is certifed as an Ambulance Service Manager, and is
licensed as a Critical Care Paramedic. He’s served on many local and state EMS
boards, commissions and task forces, and is a former full-time EMS educator.
/// ROMMIE DUCKWORTH, LP, is an award- winning educator with more
than 25 years working in career and volunteer fre departments and public and
private EMS systems. He’s a former volunteer assistant chief and technical
rescue team coordinator, current career fre captain and paramedic EMS
coordinator as well as an emergency services advocate, author and speaker.
/// PETER DWORSKY, MPH, EMT-P, CEM, is the Corporate Director
for Support Services at MONOC Mobile Health Services. He’s also the
President-Elect of the International Association of EMS Chiefs.
/// JUSTIN M. EBERLY, EMT, is an Education and Training Specialist for
VFIS, a subsidiary of the Glatfelter Insurance Group, where he’s responsible for
the national delivery of educational and training programs, curriculum
development and information analysis.
(As of August 15, 2017)
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