RN, FF, EMT-P; Houston Physicians' Hospital
Bridgett Enloe is a registered nurse, paramedic firefighter and former police officer, fire inspector, and arson investigator. Her time in public service spans over 30 years in fire and EMS, with numerous critical incidents adding to her years of experience. This includes responding to Ft. Hood in 2009 and the Santa Fe high School Shooting in May 2018. Her time as a police officer was spent both on patrol and in the Fire marshal's Office. She holds both EMS and Fire Instructor and has currently developed pre-hospital protocols for treating K-9 officers. She has been trained in Critical Incident Stress Management as well as participated in a Post Critical Incident Seminar through the Bill Blackwood Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas. She brings both personal and professional experiences to engage audiences spanning a diverse range of public safety.
So I Was Resilient......Now What???