“I’m lucky to be able to say that in my current position, I have the opportunity to talk to all departments of LifeSave Transport and LifeSave KūPono. Basically my job is to take care of people’s needs, in many areas, and help bring on more staff as necessary and then help them with their needs.”
What is your role at LifeSave?
Three hashtags that describe you?
How long have you been with LifeSave and what do you love most about your job?
I have been with LifeSave for 1.5 years. I love the people the most. The most enjoyable moments for me are just getting to talk to and know the employees.
What are your hobbies?
I like to distance bike, workout, spend time with my grandkids and most recently – learn to make stain glass pieces.
Where is the best place you have ever been?
On the beach in Hawaii, boogie boarding, no cell phone, no interruptions, no responsibilities, it was fantastic.
What is the best advice you have ever been given?
If you are going to be a bear, be a grizzly bear.
What is your favorite LifeSave memory?
My first week here, I got to go fly in 51M. I just remember understanding how you could fall in love with flying. It was so peaceful.
What would people be surprised to know about you?
I’m an identical twin
Who’s your mentor?
I’ve had a lot of great people in my life, hard to narrow it down.
Meet Tina: Flight Paramedic, Honolulu Medical Base Manager
"My job is an opportunity to serve others during the worst day of their life using the knowledge and experience others have been patient and generous enough to teach me."
Meet Eric: Paramedic, Educator, Dodge City Medical Base Manager
“I have the privilege of being able to take care of the sick and injured during their worst days, at their darkest time. I get to comfort those who have no hope. I get to teach and inspire other healthcare providers both at LifeSave and throughout the state.”