Craig Camidge: Executive Director
Craig joined the NSPA team in January of 2015 and was installed as Regional Healthcare Coordinator for the Near Southwest Region and Executive Director of NSPA in May of 2016.
As a leader in the organization, Craig's mission is to guide and support NSPA staff and coalition members - allowing them to reach their full potential as employees and as preparedness professionals. As no one person has all the answers, Craig relies daily on the expertise of his staff and regional partners.
JT Clark: RHCC Manager
JT joined NSPA in November, 2013. He came to this organization following 25 years in hospital emergency and facilities management. Prior to entering the world of healthcare, he served as a career and volunteer firefighter in Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C.
As a leader in the coalition, JT's main focus is to build and develop relationships among all coalition members and partners. He also maintains the Regional Healthcare Coordination Center and manages its part-time staff. His ultimate responsibility is to provide value-added services that benefit member organizations and advance the work of regional healthcare preparedness.
Monica McCullough: Training and Exercise Coordinator
Monica joined the staff at NSPA in November of 2014, following her service as an Emergency Coordinator for the Virginia Dept. of Health, in the Central Virginia Health District, based out of Lynchburg. Prior to that, Monica has both a military and Law Enforcement background, to include 5 years working in the field of nuclear security. She brings a very rich and diverse skill-set to our organization.
Monica’s primary role here at NSPA includes the development, coordination, and facilitation of training and exercises surrounding medical surge and healthcare continuity of operations within the region. She is excited to be instrumental in increasing healthcare preparedness, strengthening resiliency, as well as fostering key partnerships throughout the region.
Matthew Marry: Medically Vulnerable Populations Coordinator
Matthew Marry joined the coalition staff in September of 2016 and has made an immediate impact on our inclusion of multi-disciplinary, non-hospital healthcare interests. Matthew handles outreach with nursing homes, dialysis centers, home care, hospice and other organizations caring for the most vulnerable among our citizens.
As medically vulnerable populations coordinator, Matthew has been primarily focused on the CMS Rule for Emergency Preparedness over the past several months. His considerable knowledge about this rule and its implications have proven valuable to all NSPA coalition members and his continued learning on the subject make him a significant asset to the region.
Adam joined the NSPA team in February 2015 after graduating from Roanoke College in 2014. He is originally from Columbus, OH and has previously worked at LewisGale Medical Center ER as an EMT. He also served as the Interim Emergency Manager shortly before joining the staff at NSPA. Adam is currently pursuing his Masters in Disaster Medicine and Management at Philadelphia University. He has EMS/Emergency Management certifications from the Virginia Office of EMS, Virginia Department of Emergency Management, FEMA and Texas Engineering Extension.
His main focus within NSPA as the Regional Medical Reserve Corps Coordinator is developing a regional approach to volunteer management to enhance our ability to handle surge related to Mass Causality Incidents and Public Health Emergencies.