President, Bravo Diagnostics, CA 1993-Present ND Tech, Fredrick Martin, MD, San Diego, CA 1995-Present NIOM Tech, Modern Ambulatory Surgical Center, Mesa, AZ, 2017-2021 NIOM Tech, VA, Palo Alto, CA 2015-2016 NIOM Tech, University Medical Center, Tucson, AZ, 2011-2015 NIOM Tech, Huntington Memorial Hospital, Pasadena, CA, 2007-2012 NIOM Tech, Childrens Hospital Los Angeles, CA, 1997-2007 NIOM Tech, Neurodata, Pasadena, CA 1993-1995
Why do you want to serve as a trustee? It is a great opportunity to gain valuable experience and learn new skills within a leadership role. I will also be able to put my professional skills to use.
How would you define your role as trustee? It is a position that carries significant responsibility, and to support in the best interest of past, present and future members of ASET and the neurodiagnostic community.
How would you define the role of the Board of Trustees? The role of a Trustee can range from recordkeeping, to accounting, and making difficult decisions with members of the board.
Describe any experience or skills you have gained in a leadership role with other organizations that you think will assist you as an ASET board member? Communicating and working with others to achieve the best possible outcome for the patients. Making decisions that will have the best outcomes.
What qualities do you have that would make you a good trustee? Communication skills, record keeping, teamwork
What are your goals for ASET if elected? To support the current board and the members of ASET. To support and offer assistance to new and current students of neurodiagnostic programs and on the job training.
What, specifically, are the changes taking place in the profession that ASET should be attentive to and what role can/should the Society take? There has been a steady increase in IONM, EEG, and remote EEG monitoring companies. What do these companies and technicians need and what support can we offer them.