Liz has been in prehospital care since 1994 when she began her career in a volunteer EMS
service in Garden City Missouri. She then went to work full time for a paid EMS/Fire service
where she worked for 7 years and then decided to pursue a nursing career. She graduated from
Nursing school in 2001 and started to work in a Neuro/Trauma ICU, always knowing her goal
was to do prehospital in the air transport industry, In 2004 she started flying as a critical care
flight nurse. This was her passion and she began teaching outreach shortly after she started to
fly. In 2009 Liz started as a flight nurse with Life Flight Eagle a not for profit air medical
transport service. She worked there for 13 years as a flight nurse, educator and eventually
would move into a full time Education Manager for the flight program. She also obtained her
Masters in Nursing education while employed there.
In her spare time Liz likes to spend time with her grandkids, do motorcycle and camping trips
with her husband.