Brian is the Executive Director at DuPage Public Safety Communications (DU-COMM) and has worked in public safety communications for more than 24 years. In his current position, Brian runs a consolidated 9-1-1 center in the second-largest county in Illinois, serving over 44 police and fire agencies, and more than 850,000 citizens. - read more
Chris the Executive Director of the Regional Emergency Dispatch (R.E.D.) Center in Northbrook, Illinois and has been involved in public safety for 28 years. Formerly a Deputy Fire Chief, Chris has taught and worked with, generations of public safety officials, and he has brought his passion for teaching with him to NENA. - read more
Chris is Hexagon’s Director of Sales for the Eastern United States and a 24-year veteran of public safety communications and 9-1-1. In working for Hexagon, Chris is responsible for helping deliver the best possible public safety solutions for agencies across the eastern half of the country - read more
Daniel is a retired Police Captain of the Durham Police Department (NC). Having led and trained a large number of officers and citizens, both as a Police Captain and as a certified Executive Life Coach, Daniel brings to NENA a passion for helping individuals achieve their personal and professional bests. - read more
Dave is the founder of Disability Awareness Training (DAT) and has spent nearly 15 years training and educating law enforcement, emergency responders, human service providers, and other professionals in the key areas of disabilities, as well as presenting to more than 500 audiences. - read more
Dominick Nutter, ENP, RPL, CPE is the Emergency Communications Director of the Raleigh-Wake Emergency Communications Center and a 32-year veteran of public safety and the United States Army (eight and 32 years, respectively). In his current position, Dominick supervises the 9-1-1 communications efforts for the second-largest county in North Carolina, serving more than 1,000,000 citizens.
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Jan is a Principal and Owner of Gabor Lorant Architects Inc. (GLA) and has been involved in the design and planning of public safety buildings for more than 30 years. His past work has included 9-1-1 dispatch centers, administrative and training facilities for police and fire departments, public safety answering points, and higher education facilities. - read more
Jeff Ledbetter, ENP, GISP is a Public Safety GIS Expert for Michael Baker International and has worked in the field of GIS technology for nearly 20 years.
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Jennifer is the 9-1-1 Operations Administrator for the Vail Public Safety Communications Center in Vail, Colorado, and has worked in public safety dispatch for more than 18 years. Serving over 50,000 citizens, Jennifer is responsible for the operations required for all emergent and non‐emergent call handling for twelve police, fire and EMS agencies throughout Eagle County. - read more
Jim is the Director of the Consolidated 9-1-1 Center for Charleston County, SC and has worked in public safety for nearly 40 years. In his current position, Jim heads the 9-1-1 center in the third-largest county in South Carolina, serving more than 350,000 citizens. - read more
John is the Executive Director of Northwest Central Dispatch System (NWCDS) in Arlington Heights, Illinois, and has been an active member of the public safety community since 1993. In his current position, John oversees a 9-1-1 PSAP that handles police, fire, and EMS dispatch for 11 suburban communities of Chicago and serves about 500,000 citizens. - read more
John is a partner in the law firm of Ottosen Britz Kelly Cooper Gilbert and Dinolfo, Ltd. With three offices in northern Illinois, the firm concentrates its practice in the representation of units of local government. John focuses his practice on employment and labor issues and regularly advises police chiefs, fire chiefs, and 9-1-1 center directors on the intricacies of personnel and labor law. - read more
Keri is the DataMarkTM Product Manager for Michael Baker International (MBI) and has worked in the field of GIS for 25 years. Her primary duties involve collaborating with MBI’s clients and development team in order to implement NG911 GIS solutions for local governments. - read more
Kevin is the Deputy Director — Operations for the Northwest Central Dispatch System (NWCDS) in Arlington Heights, Illinois, and a 9-1-1 professional of over 23 years. - read more
Kristina Denison, ENP is the Training Coordinator for South Sound 911 and has worked in 9-1-1, in various capacities, for the last 17 years.
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Leslie is a Public Safety Dispatch Supervisor for the Chino Police Department in Chino, California and has worked in the public safety field for more than 25 years. A longtime supervisor and instructor, Leslie brings a commitment to teaching and a belief in the importance of comradery amongst 9-1-1 professionals with her to NENA. - read more
Lisa Fulton (ENP) has been a full-time instructor for NENA since 2017. Prior to this, she worked for the Metropolitan Nashville Department of Emergency Communications (MNDEC) for 25 years. - read more
Louisa is a Public Safety Consultant for Mission Critical Partners, LLC (MCP) and has worked in public safety communications for 30 years. For the last seven years, Louisa has coordinated Mission Critical Partners, LLC’s (MCP) ENP Study Group, a program that has helped over 700 Emergency Communications Specialists prepare for NENA’s ENP certification. - read more
Marc Berryman (ENP) is a Senior Project Manager for Mission Critical Partners (MCP) and has a 24-year background in GIS, working for both public- and private-sector industries. With over 15 years of 9-1-1 operational experience, Marc brings to NENA an ability to deliver, in an easy-to-understand way, the complex subjects involved in GIS and NG911. - read more
Mark Swiderski, ENP, CPE is the Executive Director at Lake County 911 and has worked in public safety communications for over 15 years. In his current position, Mark runs a consolidated 9-1-1 center in the second-largest county in Indiana, which serves more than 45 police, fire, and EMS agencies, and over 460,000 citizens.
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Matthew Baarman, ENP is the Deputy Director of Support Services at DuPage Public Safety Communications (DU-COMM) and has worked with complex software systems for nearly 20 years. In his current role, Matt serves the technical needs of 44 different police and fire agencies and more than 900,000 citizens in Illinois 2nd largest county. - read more
Michael is the 9-1-1 Technology Manager for the Charleston County Consolidated 9-1-1 Center in South Carolina, and has 11 years of experience in installing, maintaining, and managing 9-1-1 network systems. Michael has extensive experience in IT, through his work in both the public and private sectors, in the United States as well as abroad. - read more
Michelle Kerr is the former 9-1-1 Deputy Director for the Erie County Central Police Services in New York and a 38-year veteran of public safety communications. At present, she is a Master Trainer for Niagara University, where she presents disability awareness training to 9-1-1 telecommunicators.
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Nancy Lockhart is the Fire Operations Chief for St. Joseph County 911 and has worked in 9-1-1 for the past 30 years. Currently, she oversees fire response for the 5th largest county in Indiana, serving more than 250,000 people.
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Paul Hicks, ENP is the Emergency Services Manager for the city of Springfield, Ohio, and has served in public safety for nearly 30 years. In his current position, Paul manages the city’s Emergency Operations Plan as well as the 9-1-1 communications center, which serves more than 60,000 people.
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Roxie Dodd, ENP is the former Training Administrator for the Greater Harris County (GHC) 9‐1‐1 Emergency Network (Houston, TX) and worked in the public safety arena for more than 37 years.
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Ty is NENA’s Director of Education and has been working in the public safety arena for nearly 25 years. In working for NENA, Ty oversees the development and delivery of the organization’s educational offerings, which are accessible to more than 15,000 NENA members. - read more