Jayhawk Global Kansas Fire & Rescue Training Institute has appointed Jennifer Johnson as interim director. Johnson currently teaches as a part-time faculty member of the College of Safety and Emergency Services for Columbia Southern University. “To get an opportunity to serve my fire service family at this level is a great honor,” she said. “Our amazing team at KFRTI has accomplished so much in the last three years, and I am so very proud of the work we’ve done under the leadership of director McCoy.”
Mike Canfield has been selected to serve as the city of Mountain View’s next police chief. Canfield will lead the department following 25 years of law enforcement experience. “When I started seeing really exceptional leaders and the impact that they had on the organization, and their ability to work internally with the great people that we have to collaborate and change culture of the organization, it was very inspiring,” he said. He is a 2020 CSU graduate.
The Huntington Fire Department announced the assignment of Alan Roby as the new fire marshal for the City of Huntington. He has been with the department for nearly a decade. He holds both an associate and bachelor’s degree in fire science from CSU.
The town of Redington Shores has chosen Michael McGlothlin, a Florida native and 29-year veteran of municipal, law enforcement and military service, to be the next town administrator. “I am humbled, honored and very excited,” McGlothlin told the commission. “I am looking forward to earning your trust and working with your team. I am very glad to be coming home to Florida.” He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice administration and an MBA from CSU.
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