Emergency Services Outreach, Inc. and the Center for Advanced Medical Training are nothing without the amazing team members we work with! Read about them each and find contact information for each of them below.
Sean P. Haaverson
NRP, Critical Care EMT-Paramedic, BAAS, RDM, NMIC
Mr. Haaverson is a founding member and current President. He has worked as a Paramedic in a vast spectrum of Emergency Medical Services from rural areas of New Mexico to Iraq and Kurdistan. His background is in medicine, management and education. Mr. Haaverson is a current faculty member for Central New Mexico Community College and Eastern New Mexico University- Roswell working to educate the next generation of EMS providers. He also represents the National Association of EMT’s as the New Mexico State Advocacy Coordinator.
NR, EMT-Intermediate, 99, BA, MS, CHEP
Ms. Luck has recently joined our ESO team as our new Executive Director. She has a long history of EMS service to include rural fire and ambulance services in Wyoming to managing medical volunteers deployed in disasters nationwide. She also holds a Master’s degree in Crisis and Emergency Management from the University of Las Vegas Nevada and a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Ms. Luck has combined this unique educational and experience background into experience in the areas of EMS, education, management and public speaking/presentation. It is her personal and lifelong passion to bring quality EMS education to rural and other underserved populations.
NRP, Community Paramedic, B.S.E.M.S.
VP- Responder Affairs
Mr. Corbell is the current Vice President of Responder Affairs of ESO. Mr. Corbell does come with previous business experience as he is the owner of a photography business, and was former V.P./C.F.O of Christopher Purdy Corporation. He has worked as a Paramedic in a rural 9-1-1 system in Valencia County and is driven to assist those in the underserved areas of New Mexico. He is also one of the first five certified Community Paramedics in New Mexico. Mr. Corbell has also worked as a Community Paramedic in Bernalillo and Valencia County for the last year. Mr. Corbell is also a Part-Time Faculty member at Central New Mexico Community College working to help educate all levels of future EMS providers from First Responder all the way through to Community Paramedic. He is passionate about all First Responders mental health as much as maintaining updated knowledge and believes that they must take care of themselves to live a healthy and successful career in EMS.
More on Kerry soon.
Our Educational Contributors
Douglas “Diego” Deane
Mr. Diego Deane has been a member of the Emergency Services Outreach team since its early operations. Mr. Deane’s experiences tie together EMS and Education in New Mexico and Latin America. He is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese and enjoys film and meaningful outreach. His educational experiences include teaching at the college and university level as well as outreach rural EMS education. Read his blogs here!
Mr. Charles Morris has served many roles in Emergency Medical Services and Industrial Safety throughout the U.S. His experience includes extensive training in hazardous materials management and safety for Philips Semiconductor. His work in medicine includes emergency medical care at University of New Mexico Hospital and providing American Heart Association training at Central New Mexico Community College. Contact Charles here!