Our Association Officers serve for a one-year term that begins on July 1st each year. These officers together with our appointed EMS Commissioner and Immediate Past-President makeup EMSAAC's Executive Committee. For information on how the Association selects its officers, please go to Nominating Committee.
As of July 1st, 2019:
President Brian Henricksen
Brian Henricksen is EMSAAC’s President and the EMS Administrator for Napa County. Brian has spent nearly 20 years working in EMS, having been an EMT, paramedic, EMS Educator, ambulance service manager, and EMS agency coordinator. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree from CSU-East Bay and completed his Master’s in Business Administration at Sonoma State University. When not at work, Brian enjoys spending time with his family, hiking with his kids, and coaching little league.
President-Elect Kristin Weivoda
Kristin Weivoda is EMSAAC’s President-Elect and the EMS Administrator for Yolo County. In Yolo she also oversees Emergency Preparedness and Mass Care/Sheltering. Six years ago, she was tasked by Yolo County to create their own county EMS agency and system, which is one of her biggest career accomplishments. Before her time in Yolo County, Kristin has been in EMS nearly 20 years: a firefighter/paramedic, medical device sales and education, and air medical, and finally an educator for pre-hospital and hospital education programs.
Secretary Travis Kusman
Travis Kusman is EMSAAC’s Secretary and Associate Director of EMS for San Mateo County. He also serves as the RDMHC for the CA Governor’s Office of Emergency Services Coastal Mutual Aid Region. Kusman has over two decades of experience as a healthcare provider and leader in emergency medical services, beginning his career as a lifeguard and volunteer EMT, and later serving in senior-level executive leadership roles in both the public and private sectors. When he is not at work, he enjoys traveling and the outdoors, including camping, scuba diving, biking, and hiking.
Treasurer Vickie Pinette