Christie began her career in 1998, as a firefighter/paramedic with Hall County Fire Services. During her tenure with the department, she promoted through the ranks and served in many capacities gaining valuable experience.
As the Division Chief of EMS, she is responsible for quality improvement, EMS billing and EMS administrative duties. She oversees the department’s field training program, and initial EMS education. Christie represents Hall County Fire Services at the local and state level for EMS.
Christie serves, as secretary/treasurer of the Region 2 EMS Directors’ Association, is a member of the Region 2 EMS Council and various other committees. She is an instructor in multiple disciplines in fire and EMS education.
Christie’s community and volunteer activities also run deep. She often volunteers her time to local churches, Boy Scouts, small business and high school students to teach hands-only CPR and AED use. She holds an associate’s degree in business from Columbia Southern University. Christie and her husband, Tim, are the proud parents of six children.