David Wolff MAdEd, BClinPrac, A-EMCA, CMM III

David Wolff first entered the paramedic field in 1986 and has worked as a Primary Care Paramedic (PCP), owned and operated a Patient Transportation Service (PTS), and served as a Paramedic Program Coordinator/Instructor. In 2008, while completing his undergraduate degree in Clinical Practice (Paramedic) at CSU, Australia, David moved into paramedic services management performing many diverse roles including Quality Assurance Manager, Field Superintendent, Commander of Training, and finally Deputy Chief (A); eventually becoming a Certified Municipal Manager (CMM III, EMS Executive) prior to returning to school. David was awarded his Master's of Adult Education by StFX University, Nova Scotia in March, 2020 where his research focused on critical reflection and transformational learning, and how they intersect with resiliency to Occupational Stress Injury (OSI). David currently works for Premergency Inc. in Client Relations, Project Management, and as an Educational Consultant.