Stan Human, a 30-year veteran of the Seminole County Fire Department, retired as battalion chief of Seminole County's Emergency Medical Services. Human has been an adjunct instructor in Seminole State's EMT and Paramedic programs and also has taught in the University of Central Florida's Department of Management and Administration. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Science from the University of Central Florida and his MBA from Rollins College. Human also received an Associate in Science degree in Allied Health Sciences from Seminole State and attended the Executive Fire Officer Program at the National Fire Academy in Maryland.
Angel Nater joined Seminole State's faculty in 2002 and has extensive teaching experience in industrial, fire service, community college and hospital environments. Nater holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Healthcare Administration from the University of Central Florida and a Master of Science degree in Emergency Management. He has been a paramedic for more than 20 years and has been actively involved in EMS for 26 years.
Cricket has taught First Aid, CPR, EMT and now Paramedic classes at the College since 2006. She received her Associate in Science degree in EMS
and Associate in Arts degree both with Honors and received EMT and
Paramedic Certificates from Seminole State. She now holds her Bachelor's
in HSA from UCF and her Master's degree in Emergency Management.
Cricket served four years as a combat medic in the United States Army
and spent time working in the ED at FHA.
Robert McGraw has been with Seminole State's EMS Programs since 1996. He previously served in many capacities in EMS throughout Central Florida. He holds an Associate in Science degree in EMS, a Bachelor of Science degree in Healthcare Administration and a Master of Arts degree in Education. At Seminole State, he has taught at all levels of EMS and served as the program manager. He also teaches the dual enrollment EMT program though a partnership with Seminole County Public Schools, and develops and teaches online courses through the EMS department.
John Call teaches in the EMT, Paramedic and Criminal Justice programs. He has worked for the Lake Mary Police Department for more than five years. His certifications include: AHA CPR instructor and first aid. He holds an Associate in Science degree in EMT-B.
William Littleton works for the Casselberry Fire Department as a lieutenant/paramedic and has more than 15 years experience. He has been involved with EMS and fire instruction for many years. He is certified in basic EVOC, AHA CPR, AHA ACLS and first aid, and teaches in the EMT and Paramedic programs.
Emilie Radziszewski has been an instructor for the EMS Programs since 2003. A graduate of Seminole State's Respiratory Therapy Program, she works at an area trauma center and has nine years of experience dealing with respiratory emergencies. She first worked for the respiratory program at Seminole State, then joined the EMS Program as an airway specialist. She later was named EMT clinical coordinator.