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Certification & Education Committee

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Kevin Arthur

Director of Emergency Management, UCSF

San Francisco, CA

In this role, Kevin oversees the development and implementation of the Health System’s emergency management responsibilities at its hospitals and ambulatory care sites across the Bay Area.

Prior to his current position, Kevin served as a Site Director of Emergency Management for the Mount Sinai Health System. In this role, he led emergency management activities at several different hospitals and ambulatory care locations throughout the greater New York City area.

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Julie Bulson

Director of Emergency Management, UCSF

San Francisco, CA

In this role, Kevin oversees the development and implementation of the Health System’s emergency management responsibilities at its hospitals and ambulatory care sites across the Bay Area.

Prior to his current position, Kevin served as a Site Director of Emergency Management for the Mount Sinai Health System. In this role, he led emergency management activities at several different hospitals and ambulatory care locations throughout the greater New York City area.

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Kevin Dugan

Director of Emergency Management, UCSF

San Francisco, CA

In this role, Kevin oversees the development and implementation of the Health System’s emergency management responsibilities at its hospitals and ambulatory care sites across the Bay Area.

Prior to his current position, Kevin served as a Site Director of Emergency Management for the Mount Sinai Health System. In this role, he led emergency management activities at several different hospitals and ambulatory care locations throughout the greater New York City area.

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Scott Draper

Director of Emergency Management, UCSF

San Francisco, CA

In this role, Kevin oversees the development and implementation of the Health System’s emergency management responsibilities at its hospitals and ambulatory care sites across the Bay Area.

Prior to his current position, Kevin served as a Site Director of Emergency Management for the Mount Sinai Health System. In this role, he led emergency management activities at several different hospitals and ambulatory care locations throughout the greater New York City area.

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Darcy Golliher

Emergency Preparedness Coordinator, Commonspirit Health, Mountain Region

Meade, KS

Darcy K. Golliher is the Emergency Preparedness Coordinator for the Kansas facilities of CommonSpirit, Mountain Region.  She started in healthcare emergency preparedness in 2003 while also serving as the county’s emergency management coordinator for six years.

She graduated from New Mexico State University with both a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in Agricultural Economics and Business.  Immediately after graduation,  she worked for Dekalb Swine Breeders where she served as their Safety Officer and developed a love of safety and emergency preparedness.  Upon the sale of this organization, she began her healthcare career at a newly built hospital as the Human Resource and Safety Officer and has remained in healthcare since.

Darcy resides in the Southwest corner of Kansas in a small town of 1,500 people, called Meade. She is blessed with an amazing husband, three wonderful children, and two adorable grandchildren.

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Keith Hansen

Co-Director, Association of Healthcare Emergency Preparedness Professionals
Omaha, NE

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Steve Ikuta

Emergency Management Program Manager, Intermountain Healthcare

St. George, UT

Steve Ikuta has more than 38 years of experience in the medical field. He derives great satisfaction from helping hospitals and communities prepare for an uncertain future. He currently coordinates and manages one of Intermountain Healthcare’s emergency management programs. His scope of services includes Cedar City Hospital, Delta Community Hospital, Fillmore Community Hospital, Garfield Memorial Hospital, San Pete Valley Hospital, Sevier Valley Hospital and St. George Regional Hospital.

Steve graduated from Utah Valley University, magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in Emergency Management Administration Services. He is a Utah Certified Emergency Manager (UCEM) and a FEMA Master Exercise Practitioner (MEP). Steve was a past member of UHERT (Utah Health Emergency Response Team). He was the former chairperson for Southern Utah American Red Cross Advisory Committee and an American Red Cross Board member for Central and Southern Utah. He is a member of the Utah Crisis Standards of Care Committee Utah’s Burn Disaster Crisis Standards of Care Committee and the Western Region Burn Disaster Consortium. Steve is a past chair for Utah Disaster Advisory Executive Committee.

Steve served in his community as a volunteer firefighter for 17 years with Santa Clara/Ivins Fire Rescue. He was their Public Information Officer and Safety Officer. He also served on Utah’s southwest regional hazmat response team. Steve is the recipient of the 2014 American Red Cross Heroes Award for emergency preparedness and a nominee for Homeland Security’s 2014 Rick Rescorla Award for Resiliency.

Originally, from San Diego, Steve has lived in southwest Utah since 1997.

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Rachel Manson

Emergency Management Specialist, Trillium Health Partners

Mississauga, ON

Rachel Manson is the Manager of Emergency Preparedness at Unity Health Toronto, a large Catholic healthcare network in Canada, including: St. Michael’s Hospital, a teaching and research hospital and adult trauma centre; St. Joseph’s Health Centre, a community teaching hospital; and Providence Healthcare, a rehabilitation hospital and long term care home. She is responsible for all emergency management program development, including: policy and procedure writing, response training for staff and leadership, and emergency operations centre support.

 

Her interests include advancing emergency management in Canada, preparedness for specialized programs (e.g. paediatrics, dialysis), and the professionalization of emergency management in healthcare. Rachel holds a Master's Degree in Emergency and Disaster Management from York University, and a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and History from Queen's University.

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David Marsee

Healthcare Preparedness Coordinator, Duke Healthcare Preparedness Coalition

Durham, NC 

David Marsee spent 31 years in Durham County Emergency Services before retiring as a Senior Emergency Management Coordinator. David held several different positions in Durham County, Paramedic, EMS Education Specialist, Fire Captain, Assistant Fire Marshal and Senior Emergency Management Coordinator. David is a NC Fire Instructor and Emergency Management Instructor and an Adjunct Instructor for Durham Technical Community College in the Emergency Management Curriculum. David has not only taught EM classes throughout the state but has delivered classes throughout the country with Emergency Management Institute (EMI). David has extensive practical knowledge in Emergency Management as he has deployed on many large incidents as part of the NC Incident Management Team. David currently is the Duke Healthcare Preparedness Coordinator where he works with several healthcare organizations on developing, training and exercising preparedness plans. David is also responsible for managing one of North Carolina’s State Medical Assistance Teams (SMAT) that have been deployed to various incidents.

 

David holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Fire Science and Emergency Management from Kaplan University. He is a Certified Emergency Manager (CEM) through the International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM), Master Exercise Practitioner (MEP), and holds certificates in Continuity of Operations and Infrastructure Protection.

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Jackie Marchand

Business Project and Community Resilience Manager, Poydras Home

New Orleans, LA

Jacquelyn Marchand was born and raised in New Orleans. She earned her BA and MA in Geography focusing on natural hazards and her PhD in Urban Studies focusing on disaster planning and emergency management for the elderly all from the University of New Orleans. Jacquelyn has twelve years of experience in long-term care. She manages day-to-day business operations and continuity as well as facility and population security and resiliency for all disasters and emergencies. Real-life experiences with Tropical Storm Isaac, COVID-19, and Hurricane Ida have highlighted for Jacquelyn the shortcomings in support for long-term care facilities as well as the need for improved planning and response in long-term care facilities. These experiences have helped her to take a more proactive and adaptive approach to disaster preparedness and emergency management, reaching out directly to the elderly population to discover the best way to keep them safe and feeling secure.

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Anna McInnis

Program Coordinator, Association of Healthcare Emergency Preparedness Professionals
Omaha, Nebraska

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Kristine Sanger

Co - Director, Association of Healthcare Emergency Preparedness Professionals
Omaha, Nebraska

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Greg Santa Maria

Director of Emergency Management, UCSF

San Francisco, CA

In this role, Kevin oversees the development and implementation of the Health System’s emergency management responsibilities at its hospitals and ambulatory care sites across the Bay Area.

Prior to his current position, Kevin served as a Site Director of Emergency Management for the Mount Sinai Health System. In this role, he led emergency management activities at several different hospitals and ambulatory care locations throughout the greater New York City area.

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Deborah Teske

Director of Emergency Management, UCSF

San Francisco, CA

In this role, Kevin oversees the development and implementation of the Health System’s emergency management responsibilities at its hospitals and ambulatory care sites across the Bay Area.

Prior to his current position, Kevin served as a Site Director of Emergency Management for the Mount Sinai Health System. In this role, he led emergency management activities at several different hospitals and ambulatory care locations throughout the greater New York City area.

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Mark VanDyke, M. Ed.

Manager of Business Assurance, Spectrum Health
Caledonia, Michigan

Along with overseeing the Emergency Preparedness team for fifteen hospitals, which include West Michigan’s largest hospital and its only dedicated Children’s Hospital, Mark also oversee the operational readiness team and the business continuity program for all corporate core functions and its health plan that provides coverage to over 1 million members. Mark is also honored to be a member of the teaching faculty at the Center for Domestic Preparedness in Anniston, Alabama. 
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Trina White

Director of Emergency Management, UCSF

San Francisco, CA

In this role, Kevin oversees the development and implementation of the Health System’s emergency management responsibilities at its hospitals and ambulatory care sites across the Bay Area.

Prior to his current position, Kevin served as a Site Director of Emergency Management for the Mount Sinai Health System. In this role, he led emergency management activities at several different hospitals and ambulatory care locations throughout the greater New York City area.

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