Heather is a senior studying biochemistry and psychology. She plans to attend IU Medical School and is interested in emergency medicine. She joined ICEMS as a freshman and was Events Director for 2 years before she became President. Heather has been EMT certified for 2 years and has been working for Owen County EMS since she got certified. She also works as a first responder for IU Recreational Sports. She teaches CPR/AED and first aid classes for ICEMS and the School of Public Health. She enjoys ICEMS because it provides a way to learn more about medicine and teach other new EMTs more about the field of emergency medical care.
Dylan is a senior from Indianapolis, IN, studying chemistry with a minor in biology. Dylan joined IC-EMS in the fall of his freshman year, serving as a first-aider and later as an EMT, before joining the IC-EMS executive board as membership director in 2014. He has served as the health lodge director of a Boy Scout summer camp for two years. Dylan plans to graduate in May of 2016 and attend medical school. He particularly enjoys the friendships he has made with other IC-EMS members and the chances he has had to practice his patient care.
Brent is a junior from West Lafayette, IN studying Biochemistry and Spanish. He joined IC-EMS in Fall 2013 as a First Aider, due to an interest in providing patient care as well as developing practical medical skills. He became EMT certified last December, and worked as a health officer at Ransburg Scout Reservation over the summer. After graduating in 2017, Brent plans to attend medical school. He greatly enjoys the opportunities afforded by IC-EMS to interact with and care for patients, get to know other medically-oriented students, and further his own experiences.
Josh is a junior from Crown Point, Indiana double majoring in biochemistry and psychology. He joined ICEMS as a first aider the fall of his freshman year and then became certified as an EMT last December. After graduating in May, 2017, Josh plans on attending medical school. He enjoys being in IC-EMS because of the friendships he has created and the valuable patient care experience he has gotten.
Jacob is originally from Newburgh, IN and went to Castle High School. He is a Senior at IU studying chemistry. He has been a firefighter for 5 years, an EMT, and a rescue diver. Jacob referees soccer all across the country anywhere from the youth level, all the way up to division 1 college and professional soccer.
Susan is a Junior from Vernon Hills, IL studying Human Biology with a minor in French. After completing her degree, she hopes to attend medical school and continue to serve in the field of emergency medicine. Susan joined IC-EMS in the Fall of her Freshman year and earned her EMT-B that Spring. She went on to join the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians in December 2014 and has worked the past two summers as the First-Aid Coordinator for Camp Lakeview in Seymour, IN.
Loran is a fourth year (senior) student studying Computer Science. From Fort Wayne, Indiana, Loran began his involvement with IC-EMS in the fall of 2013, earned his EMT certification in the spring of 2014, and he has since been well engaged in trying to aid others as well as develop his own skills set through IC-EMS. Loran enjoys the opportunity to work with and positively impact the lives of others. Loran's post graduation plans are, at the moment, not firm, but he definitely hopes to enjoy the ride and make the most of it.
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Morgan is a senior studying Animal Behavior. Her medical background is from serving in the US Army as a Combat Medic. After graduation she plans on attending Columbia University to obtain her master's in Conservation Biology and eventually work in the conservation field. In her free time, Morgan enjoys reading, blogging, and traveling, and she often combines all three hobbies!
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