Emergency Paramedic / Instructor
Wren Keller is a Tucson native, he started his emergency medical career as an EMT/Firefighter in 1994 and advanced his certification to an Emergency Paramedic in 1997. He went on to further his knowledge by becoming a Technical Rope Rescue Instructor, Swift Water Rescue Tech Advanced/instructor and a Hazardous Materials Technician. Wren has served on the Arizona Pima County Arson Task Force, volunteered as a search and recovery black water diver and Search and Rescue Medic for Pima County. In 1999 he became a Flight Paramedic, a field which he continues into this day as a peer educator and clinical coach. Mr. Keller has been a lead instructor for the largest American Heart Association training center in Arizona, instructed complicated Airway techniques at both Southern Arizona Trauma Conference and Northern Arizona University Physician Assistant Program. His tactical experience includes multiple firearm, long gun and scenario based classes, as well as facilitation and co-instructing in active shooter scenarios in various schools. In his spare time, he is an accomplished photographer and graphic designer. He and his wife enjoy traveling in their free time. They are residents of Tucson, Arizona.