Kathleen has been in the health care industry for over 25 years. She says, “Being a Registered Nurse is my passion”! When she first heard about ASM training she was excited to find there was something out there that would allow her to work along with her family to mix her hobby of riding motorcycles with her medical training.
Kathleen has come upon motorcycle accidents and assisted, but never was first on the scene in a traumatic situation. She always wondered what she would do. When she found a class that trains people to handle trauma situations and was given the opportunity to train others to properly handle emergency situations, she knew this was right for her.
Kathleen is a member of the Christian Motorcycle Association (CMA) and is the New Jersey State Director for Motorcycle Sport Touring Association (MSTA). Motorcycling has allowed Kathleen, her husband, and her son to travel throughout the United States and Europe.
Kathleen Explains, ”This training will better prepare me if someone encounters a motorcycle accident and will allow me to educate many of the people that I ride with. Being prepared to ride a motorcycle is more than just having proper gear, it is knowing how to assess and administer proper Accident Scene Management!