Anne has 30 years of experience in EMS and healthcare settings. Prior to joining Carrus, Anne was the clinical education specialist for American Medical Response and was responsible for the clinical education of all EMS Providers across the state of South Carolina. Anne began her career in EMS in 1992 as an emergency medical technician in Rochester, New York at National Ambulance and Home Care. Later in her career, she became a paramedic and a nurse. She began teaching in 1994 and has continued instructing in various roles ever since. In 2015, she began teaching phlebotomy and EKG interpretation for Bryant and Stratton Colleges and taught at the Liverpool, Syracuse, Rochester, and Buffalo campuses. In Rochester, she became the lead clinical educator in the professional skills center. She is presently the clinical program director at and is working on her master’s in nursing education. She hopes to continue impacting medical providers’ skills and knowledge for many years to come. Her students in New York gave her the nickname “The Knowledge Dealer” and she considers it an honor.