Accident Scene Management / Road Guardians

Jeri-lyn Mancini, BA, RN, CWS – Lead Instructor

Jeri started riding motorcycles as a toddler on the back of her dad’s 1970 883 Sportster that he still has today.  Much to her dad’s dismay, she got her motorcycle license in June of 2006 on a 250 Suzuki and bought a 1200 Harley Sportster of her own the following month!  Jeri is a Registered Nurse and Certified Wound Care Specialist for the Southern Maine Medical Center Visiting Nurses.  She started her nursing career in 2002 on a Cardiac Telemetry floor where she was BLS and ACLS certified.  She has been a Case Manager for the last 7 years and has been certified in wound care for 3 years.  She currently provides continuing education in wound care to her staff and serves as a Wound Resource Nurse/Consult for difficult and hard to manage wound cases.  Last year she was the recipient of the “Excellence in Community Care” award voted on by her peers for outstanding and exemplary communication skills, promoting a positive nursing image, role modeling of a professional nurse practice and mentoring team behaviors. Jeri has been a member of the Maine-ly Angels chapter of Women on Wheels and has been their safety director since the group started 4 years ago.  When she heard about the Accident Scene Management course and learned that she could become an instructor as well, she was thrilled at the opportunity to be able to combine her love for teaching others and her dedication to safety into this role. Jeri currently resides on a 22 acre farm in Dayton, Maine with her fiancé and two children.  They have 19 horses that they use to conduct guided trail rides and their next endeavor is to become members of the Maine Mounted Search and Rescue Unit. Jeri can be reached at jerilyn311@gmail.com.

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