Ms. Kelly Nash (PCC)
Kelly Nash serves as the Executive Director for the Paramedic Chiefs of Canada (PCC) and is responsible for the day to day operations of the association as a whole and it’s Board of Directors.
Ms. Nash provides strategic leadership and direction to the Board of Directors, consistent with the mission and values of the association. Ms. Nash maintains the constitution of the association, leads the annual conference and fall business meetings conducted on a yearly basis. Ms. Nash is the liaison for all sub-committees of the PCC. She is accountable to the Board of Directors, comprised of twenty Emergency Medical Services Chiefs and/or Directors across Canada.
Ms. Nash holds a degree in English Communications with a minor in Psychology obtained at the University of Victoria and a business administration degree. She worked as a manager in telecommunications for over eight years. Most recently she has worked in the Emergency Services in Calgary, Alberta for seven years. Ms. Nash is in her seventh year as Executive Director of the PCC.
Mr. Mike Webb, (CACP)
Michael Webb, P.Eng., is Vice President of Technology Services at E-Comm 9-1-1 in Vancouver, BC. E-Comm 9-1-1 is a private, not-for-profit corporation established under provincial legislation in to provide consolidated public safety communications services. E-Comm currently operates an interoperable, wide area radio network serving first responders in the lower mainland of BC. E-Comm also operates a consolidated Police and Fire dispatch centre and is the region’s primary 9-1-1 answer point.
Mike leads the Technology Services group at E-Comm, which is responsible for developing and operating a wide range of technology applications and services for its public safety clients. In addition to the interoperable radio network, the team provides telephony, call centre management, computer aided dispatch, Fire records management, GIS and other enterprise and network services.
Mr. Webb has over twenty eight years’ experience in the technology and public safety industries, including an earlier assignment at E-Comm responsible for the initial implementation of its radio network. Prior to re-joining E-Comm in 2011, he was with Emergency Management BC and undertook a number of strategic initiatives related to emergency communications, including coordination and governance of radio interoperability and development of provincial emergency management information systems.
Mike has also consulted for a variety of public safety clients in BC and Alberta and has worked in several start-ups in Silicon Valley developing broadband wireless technologies. He is a member of APEGBC and IEEE.
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