Jean Herndon, NREMT-I – Lead Instructor and Instructor Trainer – ASM Certified Instructor

Jean HerndonJean Herndon, NREMT-I – Lead Instructor/Instructor Trainer
Jean was a motorcycle rider for many years before taking an extended break to raise her son. She received her endorsement when Maryland first required separate licensing; no written test was involved but a road test was required, in this case, in a December snow “event” in Silver Spring, Maryland. (Note: The examiner returned to the DMV building saying something like, “If you get back here in one piece, you’ll pass.”). Jean got her husband Phil interested in motorcycling when they had an opportunity to check out all of the 2003 models while volunteering with MDA on the H-D Centennial Tour. They liked the Road King best so, one week after her son stopped by their house on a new 2003 Sportster, she convinced Phil they should purchase a 2003 Black and Silver Road King Classic.

Jean has been a First Aid and Medical Emergency Response Team volunteer for over 25 years and an ASHI-Certified First Aid and CPR/AED Instructor for over six years. She volunteered as an ASM Course Assistant and then certified as an Assistant Instructor. In 2008, she completed the EMT-Intermediate program through North Metro, now Chattahoochee, Technical College and passed her National Boards to advance from an Assistant Instructor to Lead Instructor for ASM. Jean is licensed to practice in Georgia.

Jean has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Education, serving her Senior Internship as an Ensign with the U.S. Public Health Service, CDC, TB Unit Training Department. Her career has spanned a wide range of professions, from Social Worker to Business School Instructor and later, from Data Processing Technical Writer/Editor to Computer Technician. Jean is now retired after 20 years with AT&T in Data Processing Centers, where she met and married Phil.


Jean can be reached by filling out the form online.


  1. Mike Sangster says

    Need a class set up for Harley-Davidson of Atlanta’s HOG Chapter.

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