RN, CFRN, CEN, EMT-P
Tiffany grew up in Amsterdam, Netherlands and Stuttgart, Germany before starting her career as an EMT/FF in 1991 in Bridgeport, CT. Tiffany received her Paramedic Certification in 1995 after relocating to Tampa, FL where she worked as a senior Paramedic. In 2001, she received her ADN degree and began working as an emergency nurse in various Trauma centers throughout FL. After accepting a travel assignment on St Thomas, USVI, she became interested in international emergency nursing. Returning to her transport roots, she completed aviation training, earning both her Air Medical Crew Core Curriculum and Transport Nurse Advanced Trauma Care Certifications. For the next 10 years, Tiffany worked for various international fixed wing programs, who’s mission was repatriating American civilians and military personnel who were sick or injured overseas. Her areas of service were North and South America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. Airframes included the King Air, Pilatus, WestWind, and Lear36. Tiffany then transitioned to domestic rotor-wing flight nursing. Air frames included Bell 407, Augusta 109, and the Astar, with areas of service in Northern California and El Paso, TX.
Today, she works as a military contractor, assisting with training and assessment of US Army Special Forces Soldiers at Ft Bragg, NC. Tiffany has always felt a deep bond with her fellow first responders. Her greatest personal and professional challenges have involved treating police, fire, EMS, and military personnel when things went wrong. Tiffany did not hesitate to join the Vector team. She has spent a lifetime treating the injuries of men and women in the field that might have survived had they had access to the tools offered by Vector. She recognized the opportunity to bring her unique skill set to a company with real integrity, dedicated to preventing injury in the field, and reducing the number of heart breaking “officer down” radio calls for assistance.