May 1, 2, 3, 2019

May 1, 2, 3, 2019

GO BEHIND THE SCENES WITH 30+ WORLD CLASS EMS & HEALTHCARE LEADERSHIP EXPERTS

Discover how to create a world class organization, inspire greatness in others, and execute a shared vision of the future. 

This event will bring together the best leaders in the industry, representing five countries and every discipline of emergency services to teach you about leadership FREE -- for a limited time.

Discover how to create a world class organization, inspire greatness in others, and execute a shared vision of the future.

This event will bring together the best leaders in the industry, representing five countries and every discipline of emergency services to teach you about leadership FREE -- for a limited time.

  • FREE ONLINE EVENT  May 1, 2, 3, 2019

Join people just like YOU and start creating great organizational leadership TODAY!

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Now You’re Probably Wondering, What EXACTLY Will I Get Out Of Attending This Virtual Summit?


Here’s a taste of what you’ll discover by joining the free EMS Leadership Summit:

  • A behind the scenes look at how Cleveland Clinic's hospitals are transforming their culture to empower every caregiver to make improvements every day.
  • How to combat burnout and stop toxic attitudes before they spread.
  • Learn the best tools to develop Emotional Intelligence and how that has a direct impact on an organization's front line personnel.
  • Learn practical tools to educate your community and elected officials to further develop trust.
  • How the Standards for Excellence® code of ethics and accountability can build public trust and public support. Learn all about the 6 major areas of nonprofit governance and management that leading national associations have used to create thriving organizations. 
  • What is mindfulness and how can you use it in the most try and difficult moments you'll face as a leader

Compassion is not about being soft as a leader...

Leadership should not be exhausting. It's not ever about condoning bad behavior, sugar coating things or being a doormat. Real compassion include the self first and calls on qualities of courage and wisdom. You can be 'tough' in a moment AND compassionate. This takes practice and awareness in a moment.

Wendy Lund  //  Researcher // CEO of Wellth Management Inc.

Shifting a Culture in Any Organization

Cleveland Clinic is pursuing a culture of improvement where every caregiver is capable, empowered and expected to make improvements every day. Learn how a commitment to a culture of improvement has led to a dramatic increase in patient safety, quality and experience as well as employee engagement. 

Melissa Vandergriff  //  Director of Continuous Improvement // Cleveland Clinic

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Featured Expert Sessions


DAY 0 - EMS Leadership Summit Kick-Off Party

Robbie MacCue & Lisa Giruzzi

April 30, Tues @ 8:00 PM EST | 5:00 PM PST

EMS Leadership Summit Kick-Off Party:
How to Enjoy the Climb

We're excited to kick off this power-packed line-up of leadership experts so they can give you all they've got. Actionable steps to take in order to connect theory to practice. We can't wait for you to join us!

DAY 1 - Leadership Starts with Yourself

Wendy Lund, RN, BScN, MSc

May 1, Wed @ 10:00 AM EST | 7:00 AM PST

Mindful Medics - Leadership As A Journey, not a Destination

Practice gratitude. Authentic gratitude. Thank those around you who make your day better. From the support staff to the facilities staff, there are many people who are all too often unsung heroes. Notice them. As people who, just like you, are there to make a living, as their purpose serves your purpose. Never stop noticing what's good around you.

We're going to dive into the benefits of taking care of yourself! You are as human as those around you who may be depending on your role to make things work. Try to become the leader you would like to be on the receiving end of. If you screw up...own it. Learn from it. Apologize when it's necessary and do what you can to do it a little better next time.

Kristy Halverson

May 1, Wed @ 11:00 AM EST | 8:00 AM PST

How Coaching Can Awaken the Leader Within

Discover the simplest, most effective, and most fun way to live life. Removing the limitations that we all put on ourselves. Unleash and enjoy the freedom to live your most authentic life.  This breeds success, fulfillment, and an extraordinary impact in the world. The happiest and most successful people do this. Highly productive and successful business and organizations do this. How? You'll discover the simplest way to to point yourself in the direction of your dreams, follow your heart, do what instinctively seems right, trust, love, and notice the world change around you.

Chris Cebollero

May 1, Wed @ 12:00 PM EST | 9:00 AM PST

Developing your EQ (Emotional Intelligence)

What is Emotional Intelligence, and why is it important in Leadership? Having Emotional intelligence gives you the ability to not only understand and manage your own emotions, but and those of the people around you as well. This is a researched method of leadership and management theory that lines up in practice. Chris Cebollero will discuss the 5 fundamentals of this interesting topic.

There are 10 characteristics that define a Servant Leader. We will discuss Listening, Empathy, Healing, Awareness, Persuasion and more. 

Maggie Adams, CEO of EMS Financial

May 1, Wed @ 1:00 PM EST | 10:00 AM PST

Critical Financial Factors: How to Assess + Monitor Your Organization's Financial Performance

Predicting and monitoring an organization's revenue is critical for most organizations. Whether you outsource your billing practices or do in-house billing, this topic applies to you. Being able to assess your organization's financial performance, develop key performance benchmarks, and monitor them over time are all keys to a financially healthy organization.

Maggie Adams is a graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and has over 25 years’ experience in healthcare and the ambulance industry. Maggie was the president of the only company in the country devoted exclusively to EMS patient account collections and insurance denial appeals. She was Page, Wolfberg & Wirth's senior consultant, a highly regarded presenter at their national ambulance billing conferences, and a key contributor in developing and delivering educational training sessions for the National Academy of Ambulance Coding. Recently, Maggie
became a member of the Compliance & Regulatory Compliance Advisory Board of NEMTAC (Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Accreditation Commission).

Echo Rivera, PhD

May 1, Wed @ 3:00 PM EST | 12:00 PM PST

Resuscitating Your Information 

Do you ever share information using slide presentations? If so, then be sure to watch and learn what makes a presentation effective (instead of one that confuses, overwhelms, or bores your audience) and how to update your slide-based presentation skills. This session is for anyone use shares information using slides, whether you’re brand new to PowerPoint or have been using it for longer than you can remember, be sure to watch so you can learn how to update your effective presenting skills. Dr. Echo Rivera helps practitioners, academics, and professionals communicate their message more effectively and creatively using evidence-based strategies. She uses her PhD in community psychology and interest in design to help her clients share research or data in ways that will get heard and make an impact—regardless of the audience.

Stuart Broady

May 1, Wed @ 4:00 PM EST | 1:00 PM PST

Integrity: Altering the Organizational Culture Through Promise Keeping

This discussion of integrity is beyond the constructs of morality and ethics, it's about being whole and complete (like the table you may be sitting at). How keeping your word will raise the bar and create a culture of people doing what they said they would do by when they said they would do it. 

Liz Crowe, PhD (c)

May 1, Wed @ 5:00 PM EST | 2:00 PM PST

The Argument Against Burnout

Exceptional patient care starts with us. If we want to develop ourselves and those in our organization we need to be aware of toxic emotional contagion and workplace incivility. 

Whit Raymond

May 1, Wed @ 6:00 PM EST | 3:00 AM PST

Mastering Communication: Keys to Effective Leadership

Whit Raymond is an advisor and strategic leadership coach to senior executives and teams to strengthen how they lead change. He is passionate about building healthier, more adaptive, productive teams and cultures that are guided by active leadership. He has worked with a diverse group of large and small organizations for over 30 years.
Clients include Asea Brown Boveri, Brookstone, BlackRock Financial, Cummins Engine Company, DuPont, Helpline Center, Herman Miller, Institute for Health Education, Markem Corporation, Monadnock Family & Mental Health Center, Merrill Lynch, Oppenheimer Funds, Princeton Center for Leadership Training, US Healthcare, and Trinity Church. He is a master facilitator of executive groups and projects where consensus, shared focus and collective commitment are necessary to achieve stretch objectives.

DAY 2 - Leading Teams Within Your Organization

Melissa Vandergriff, MA, MBA 

May 2, Wed @ 10:00 AM EST | 7:00 AM PST

Shifting a Culture in Any Size Organization is Possible

Cleveland Clinic is pursuing a culture of improvement where every caregiver is capable, empowered and expected to make improvements every day. Learn how a commitment to a culture of improvement has led to a dramatic increase in patient safety, quality and experience as well as employee engagement. Specifically, we will describe how our hospital shifted its culture, the roadmap we used to do so, and how another to replicate a similar cultural transformation.

Thomas Amell, MBA, President & CEO of Pioneer Bank

May 2, Wed @ 11:00 AM EST | 8:00 AM PST

Creating a Winning Team, A Story of Total Transformation

Tom Amell is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Pioneer Bank, a community bank headquartered in Colonie, New York with 22 branches around the Capital District and $1.3 billion in assets. He will share his story of providing executive leadership and strategy for developing a cohesive team culture. 

Tom Serves as Treasurer on the Executive Committee for the Board of Trustees at Siena College, Executive Board for NY Banker's Association, Chair of the Board for the Center for Economic Growth and Chair of the Board for the Independent Bankers Association of New York State. 

Bryan Fass, ATC, LAT, CSCS, EMT-P (ret.)

May 2, Wed @ 12:00 PM EST | 9:00 AM PST

Developing a Culture of Safety Leadership

Brian will discuss leadership from the perspective of fitness and wellness. How you can create thriving teams who are giving their best and operating at their best. Reducing injury and improving the lives of people within your organization.

David Givot, Esq

May 2, Wed @ 1:00 PM EST | 10:00 AM PST

Proper EMS Leadership Keeps Everyone Safe:
Create a culture of excellence and protection will follow

Known as the Legal Guardian, you'll hear a journey of an EMS leader now defending providers and organizations in his law practice. David talks about how setting a high bar for excellence in everything you do will also set a great example for others to follow and hopefully keep you from needing legal defense. How does your uniform appearance reflect your organization and your profession? David even dives deep with great examples of how social media can be a friend or a foe. This is a leadership talk you won't want to miss.

Amy Eisenhauer

May 2, Wed @ 2:00 PM EST | 11:00 AM PST

Finding Your EMS Mentor: See, Do, Teach 

Mentoring has long been a tradition in the medical profession, yet it is an underutilized tool in the EMS arsenal. Many EMS providers feel stagnated and leave the field, taking their passion and skills with them to benefit another industry, mentoring can inspire providers passion for EMS again. This presentation will discuss the mentoring relationship and expectations of both the mentor and mentee. Benefits of having a mentor for the individual EMS provider and how to find one will also be reviewed.

Professor Paresh Wankhade, BSc, MA, MPA, PhD, PG

May 2, Wed @ 3:00 PM EST | 12:00 PM PST

Leadership Crisis in the British 999 Emergency Services. Time for a reboot!

The steady rise in the 999 demand along with shrinking budgets are seen by many as two of the key challenges which are unlikely to go away in the near future. There is an urgent need to reboot Britain’s limping emergency services and bring about real “transformational” change.  The leadership and cultural challenges faced in the UK's EMS system present a case for greater interoperability, co-production and research. You will learn a broad overview of the UK EMS ambulance provisions, discuss  key management issues of leadership, operational issues, cultural issues, and workforce challenges.

Professor Paresh Wankhade is an expert in the field of emergency management.  He is the Programme leader for the UK’s first bespoke Professional Doctorate in Emergency Services Management. He is the Editor-In-Chief of International Journal of Emergency Services. He has published widely in top academic journals and professional publications on strategic leadership, organisational culture, organisational change and interoperability between the emergency services. He regularly speaks at related events and writes opinion pieces. His recent work (co-authored with professionals) has explored leadership and management perspectives in the Ambulance , Police  andFire & Rescue Services.  He is also a Trustee at the Fire Service Research & Training Trust.

David Daniels

May 2, Wed @ 4:00 PM EST | 1:00 PM PST

Protecting the Helpers from Violence in the Workplace - A strategy of safety, security, & human resource management

Often discussions about safety in the workplace focus on topics such as the available safety equipment and the viability of safety training.  However, there tends to be little conversation about the emotional environment that workers. The ways that people are communicated with, instructed and corrected have a tremendous effect on how workers perceive their work environment.  Workers that are berated, yelled at and pummelled with insults are certainly not likely to do their best work, regardless of what their responsibility with the organization might be.  Conversely, workers who are well treated, cared for and supported will generally perform better and bring greater value to the organizations itself.  This is not a suggestion that the world of work is a utopia, however, it should also not be an apocalyptic hell where workers are in constant fear of either customers, supervisors, co-workers or subordinates.

Daniels holds a Master’s Degree in Human Resources Management.  He is certified as a Safety Director, Safety Manager/Trainer, Safety Auditor, Workplace Violence Prevention Specialist, Emergency Management Specialist, Hazard Communication Specialist, Environmental Health and Safety Specialist, Safety and Health Specialist, and Fire Service Health and Safety Officer.  

Chris Cebollero

May 2, Wed @ 5:00 PM EST | 2:00 PM PST

Servant Leadership

Known for his expertise in leadership development, Chris will discuss the philosophy of how making your primary goal to serve others in your organization will produce many positive outcomes.

Frankie Rodriguez

May 2, Wed @ 5:00 PM EST | 2:00 PM PST

The Secrets to Engagement and Retention

One of the biggest challenges in any organization is keeping great people. Engagement and retention are two sides of the same coin. People who are engaged with an organization and feel like they are a part of something bigger than themselves are far more likely to stick around. What’s the secret? Frankie Rodriguez a flight paramedic with over 27 years of experience shares what he has discovered to be the most effective strategies for creating a magnetic organization where people actually want to participate.

Emma Roberts

May 2, Wed @ 5:00 PM EST | 2:00 PM PST

Safety Management Systems in Aviation + Medicine

Emma joined REVA as Director of Safety after spending nine years with Spirit Airlines working in flight operations and safety. Emma holds a bachelor’s degree in aviation management from Lynn University and an MBA in aviation from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. She is passionate about creating a safety environment that balances on the fulcrum of mutual respect between management and employees.

She will discuss how an organization can empower its workforce and create a culture of safety and improvement. You'll learn about Safety Management Systems, Root Cause Analysis, and how to lead cross functional safety teams to ensure risk assessments and hazards are identified.

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DAY 3 - Leading Your Organization & External Partnerships

Dr. Peter Antevy

May 3, Wed @ 9:00 AM EST | 6:00 AM PST

EMS Medical Direction Leadership & Excellence in Clinical Care

 Peter Antevy, MD, is an EMS medical director for Coral Springs First Department, Davie Fire Rescue, SW Ranches and American Ambulance in Florida. He is the associate EMS medical director for Palm Beach County Fire Rescue and Seminole Tribe Fire Rescue. Antevy serves as medical director for Broward College's EMS program and is a pediatric emergency physician at Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital. He is founder and chief medical officer of Pediatric Emergency Standards, Inc.

Dr. Nadine Levick

May 3, Wed @ 9:00 AM EST | 6:00 AM PST

EMS Safety and Design Innovation - the Cutting Edge

Dr. Nadine Levick, is an Emergency Medicine physician, interdisciplinary researcher and innovator. Dr Levick reloacted from New York City to Israel mid 2018, to join Assuta Medical Center as Director of Research and Innovation in Emergency Health Services. She has held senior Faculty positions in preeminent academic centers including Johns Hopkins and Columbia University in the USA and the Royal Melbourne Hospital and also the Royal Flying Doctor Service in Australia.

With an MPH in Health Policy and Management and Injury Control from Johns Hopkins, Dr. Levick conducted the first ambulance vehicle to vehicle crash tests, and is a global leader in EMS safety innovation. Dr Levick is also the CEO and founder of the now internationally recognized non government organization, EMS Safety Foundation, www.EMSSafetyFoundation.org,  and also the Objective Safety information portal -- an open access EMS Safety information portal est in 2006. Dr Levick, has been awarded in excess of $3 million in research funding, and was also a founding principal investigator of the PERCARN Research Network. Dr. Levick has published in excess of 27 scientific papers and numerous book chapters in key texts, including Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine. She is a sought after international speaker on EMS Safety, and given key note addresses across 7 continents and has been recognized with a number of prestigious regional, national and international research and leadership awards including 2016 New York Excellence in EMS Safety and Quality, the 2003 International Society of Automotive Engineering Women's Leadership Award, for her EMS interdisciplinary and knowledge transfer research.

Bob Holdsworth

May 3, Wed @ 11:00 AM EST | 8:00 AM PST

Community Awareness Marketing℠: How to finally get the recognition your agency deserves 

Bob Holdsworth is the founder of The Holdsworth Group, an international consulting firm that has been helping clients in the EMS, Fire service and healthcare industries strategically plan, effectively promote and pro-actively prepare since 1988.
Bob’s been leading customer-focused organizations since he was 18 (a while now). In each position, he’s been responsible for overseeing high performance operations, producing maximum revenue, building solid teams, new member orientation and education as well as motivating folks to provide high levels of customer service in demanding, fast-paced, people-focused environments.

He is a veteran paramedic and entrepreneur.  He has been in emergency services for more than 40 years with a diverse background that includes 4½ years in prison…as a medic and corrections officer with the Connecticut Department of Correction, executive management positions in the several for-profit EMS agencies, volunteer positions in both EMS and Fire agencies and the role of EMS Coordinator at Lawrence & Memorial Hospital where developed and ran a hospital based, regional ALS service.

Lorraine Ferguson

May 3, Wed @ 12:00 PM EST | 9:00 AM PST

What's in it for them? Engaging Funders, Donors, & Enrolling Supporters

Whether we like it or not, fundraising and securing financial support from our elected officials is part of our job. Lorraine Ferguson brings over 25 years experience as an executive selling, sales and operations management at the corporate, regional and branch level for start-up, franchise, Fortune 500, and private equity companies. Recently Lorraine published a book, The Unapologetic Saleswoman, and will share secrets to her highly successful training and sales methodology.
Dr. Peter O'Meara, BHA, MPP, PhD, FPA

May 3, Wed @ 1:00 PM EST | 10:00 AM PST

Paramedic Leadership - a global perspective

Professor Peter O'Meara discusses the inner-workings of how the Australian EMS system delivers care with 10,000+ providers, practically mandatory entry-level requirement for paramedic degrees, and a more gender balanced workforce. Learn the keys to leading and managing a more educated and diverse workforce. Peter also will discuss how we can shift our mindset from an emergency service mentality to a health professional mindset.

Amy Coates Madsen

May 3, Wed @ 2:00 PM EST | 11:00 AM PST

All about The Standards for Excellence Institute and how your non-profit organization can thrive

Amy Coates Madsen is the Director of the Standards for Excellence Institute, a national initiative to promote the highest standards of ethics and accountability in nonprofit governance, management, and operations, and to facilitate adherence to standards by all organizations.  The Standards for Excellence Institute is a program of Maryland Nonprofits where Amy has served for more than 23 years.  Amy holds a Masters in Public Policy from Johns Hopkins University, she is active in community organizations, and served a three year term on the IRS Advisory Committee on Tax ­Exempt and Government Entities.

Gina Wierzbowski

May 3, Wed @ 3:00 PM EST | 12:00 PM PST

Part I: Advocating & Educating Your Elected Officials -- Part II: Community Outreach, more than pancake breakfasts!

Gina Wierzbowski has experience as a local elected official and deputy town supervisor, as well as a paramedic and now the Director of Community Outreach for the Clifton Park-Half Moon EMS department. Gina shares her insights as an elected official and examples of great community outreach initiatives that deeply embed the organization in the community it serves. 

Jonah Thompson, NRP, CP-C

May 3, Wed @ 4:00 PM EST | 1:00 PM PST

Mobile Integrated Health, a successful model in the Allegheny Health Network

Jonah is the Operations Manager for the Allegheny Health Network, Mobile Integrated Health program based in Pittsburgh, PA. He has led or been involved in Community Paramedicine program development at two large regional health systems since 2013. He served in the US military and later worked for the US and allied governments as a contractor focused on delivering rescue services and medical care in complex, limited resource environments. Jonah is also an active volunteer with Team Rubicon, a veteran led disaster response organization, and has deployed to over a dozen major disasters worldwide. He studied Emergency & Disaster Management at American Military University and was a 2015-2016 Clay Hunt Fellow in Disaster Leadership.

Jonah will discuss the history of Community Paramedic models in the region and how his Health system is tracking and measuring outcomes, as well as the research they are doing into understanding a patient's barriers to self care and management.

Chris Cebollero

May 3, Wed @ 5:00 PM EST | 2:00 PM PST

Crisis Communication Strategies

When the unexpected happens and your organization is pushed into the media spotlight, your reputation will be at risk. Almost immediately, the news of the event will be driven by social media posts and tweets. And a strong response is more vital then ever. Be prepared and develop the strategy needed to withstand these events.

Steven Kroll

May 3, Wed @ 6:00 PM EST | 3:00 PM PST

Mergers Aren't a Dirty Word

Steve has been a Paramedic since 1986 and working in healthcare advocacy after earning his Masters in Health Administration and Policy from Duke University. Steve has personally overseen the mergers of three ambulances services that include both paid and volunteer EMS professionals. As ambulance services begin to see the benefits of shared services and synergies, Steve will explain the benefits of working on your terms rather than forced terms.

Dr. Blair Bigham, Resident Physician, Flight Paramedic, Journalist

May 3, Wed @ 7:00 PM EST | 4:00 PM PST

Journalism in EMS: How to Use Storytelling to Communicate the Narrative

Blair Bigham is an award-winning journalist, scientist and resident emergency physician based in Toronto. He was a Global Journalism Fellow at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Associate Scientist at St Michael’s Hospital.  His work has appeared in the Toronto Star, the Globe and Mail, the New England Journal of Medicine and the Canadian Medical Association Journal, amongst others.

He has worked in health care settings on five continents and has responded to emergencies in urban, rural, and remote settings on helicopters, boats, and vehicles that could generously be described as pick-up trucks.

He witnesses the relationship between wealth and health on a daily basis, and reports on the undertold stories of patients, healthcare providers, and the systems that help or fail them.

Aidan O'Connor, Jr., FP-C

May 3, Wed @ 8:00 PM EST | 5:00 AM PST

The ABCs of Change:  Advocacy Before Complaining

Understanding how to make change happen within your community is a critical skill and who better to teach it to EMS Leaders than Aidan O'Connor! A ground and flight paramedic, former EMS Coordinator, NAEMT State Advocate, County legislator and running two campaigns for a New York State Assembly seat. Aidan will explain how as an EMS provider you can educate the public and elected officials to help them better understand the critical needs of your community.

AND MANY MORE... THE LIST KEEPS GROWING!

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Once-In-A Lifetime Curated Speakers 
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Never before seen leadership and organizational change strategies explained by the top EMS and healthcare experts in the world (hand-picked just for the EMS Leadership Summit.)

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There’s no flight or hotel room to book… saving you thousands of dollars, unpaid work leave, and time away from your family.


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This not your ordinary online event. We take pride in delivering you the absolute best content so that you can get great results in creating an environment of trust, mutual respect, and excellence.

Leadership Strategies Revealed By Top EMS + Healthcare Experts In The World


Your journey to leadership could go one of two ways:

Long and Difficult Way

  • You could spend thousands dollars and countless hours trying to implement "OLD" outdated leadership strategies you've learned from "so-called experts" that aren't that effective anymore (or worse... don't work at all!) 

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  • You could sign up for the EMS Leadership Summit today and get real insights from the top EMS + Healthcare experts and a step-by-step guide to growing leadership within your organization and along with other organizations.

If you’re looking for your average, run-of-the-mill virtual summit, you’ve come to the wrong place.

If you’re looking for the top EMS Leadership strategies that are working right now, then you’re right at home.

Robbie MacCue

MEET YOUR HOSTS

Robbie MacCue

I’m the co-founder of the EMS Leadership Academy, a Flight Paramedic, 14 years of executive leadership experience serving as President and on the board of a nonprofit organization.

My mission is to bring top thought leaders from EMS and healthcare together and deliver the best leadership advice to organizations. If you are ready to put in the work, I’m here to show you the way.


Lisa Giruzzi

Co-Founder of the EMS Leadership Academy, transformational business coach, best selling author and speaker.

My mission is to bring out the best in others and help business leaders operate at their best. From my early days of social work to working with Emergency Services leaders and nonprofits, I've found this work incredibly moving.

If you find yourself challenged, that's a good place to be, and I'm here to help you navigate the sometimes complicated world we find ourselves in.


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