Anne Montera

Anne Montera received a BSN from Bethel College in Newton, KS with Sigma Theta Tau Honors.  She has 18 years of nursing experience in Public Health, Labor and Delivery, Patient Safety/Quality Improvement, and EMS coordination in urban and rural hospitals and community settings.

In Ms. Montera's current role as a Public Health Nurse Consultant she works in grant coordination and implementation for various projects across the nation, assisting with program development and statewide stakeholder engagement.  She is the Co-Creator and Public Health Partner for the first National Community Paramedic Pilot Program in rural Eagle, CO.  Ms. Montera is also the Executive Director for the Central Mountains RETAC, representing the rural, remote, and tourist region of Colorado.

Ms. Montera has been a leader in the CP Curriculum. She led a team of educators and experts in developing the 3.0 version of the Curriculum in 2010 and is coordinating the California CP Statewide Course. She received the Colorado Nightingale Luminary Award for Innovation work on the Colorado CP Program in May 2011. Ms. Montera was recently appointed to the National EMS Advisory Council and is serving her first term in the Vice-Chair position, representing Public Health.

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