Hi, I am Michelle Inzunza (Zu Zu) a Flight Nurse from Dallas, Texas. I ride my 2009 Harley Softail Deluxe “Bluezy.” I love riding solo and with my friends. I have my Basic and Advanced Motorcycle certifications through MSF and I am a member of the MRF, North Texas HOG/LOH, Texas ABATE Confederation, and AMA. I have been a registered nurse for 22 years with my early beginnings as an EMT and then a mobile intensive care transport medic for 911 in San Diego, California. The combination of Nursing and Paramedicine lead to my becoming a Flight Nurse. I am currently employed as a Flight Nurse with 10 years of critical care air ambulance experience and a professional membership in the Air &Surface Transport Nurses Association. I have a Master’s degree in Nursing specializing in Nursing Education with teaching and certifications in Basic CPR, Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support and critical care. I am also certified in Trauma Nurse Core Curriculum and in Neonatal Resuscitation (NRP). I am a Certified Flight Nurse (CFRN) and Licensed Paramedic. In the past, I have worked for NASA as a researcher, authored journal papers and developed a Drivers Safety Course for the United States Air Force. My career is set in safety and safety education so teaching for ASM is a perfect match for me. I like that ASM is unique to motorcycling. I believe it is important to be safe and to have the knowledge to manage an accident scene from a rider’s point of view. It is our responsibility to watch out for each other. I want to be a part of that. See you in class!
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