Title: Chief Executive Officer
Company: Southern Region EMS Council Inc.
Location: Wasilla, Alaska, United States
Michael M. Forcier, Cpt., US Army (Retired), Chief Executive Officer of the Southern Region EMS Council Inc., has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in civic leadership.
Mr. Forcier began his career with the United States Army in 1994, rising to the rank of sergeant first class, he then was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant on September 11, 2008. He would remain on active duty until 2018, serving as a Platoon Leader and Company Executive Officer stationed in Grafenwoehr, Germany, between 2009 and 2012 before moving to Fort Benning, where he spent a year as the Company Commander for a special skills development company which included the US Army Sniper course, Heavy Weapons Leaders course, and Combatives course. Mr. Forcier spent the remainder of his time in the United States Army at Fort Richardson in Anchorage, Alaska, rising from a brigade deputy chief of plans to the battalion executive officer and senior infantry advisor to the Alaska National Guard, where he then retired from military service. He remained in Alaska after concluding his military service and continued to seek out opportunities to support his country and community in his work.
After spending a year as an Alaska State Trooper, Mr. Forcier became the Chief Executive Officer Southern Region EMS Council, based in Anchorage. As the chief executive officer of the 45-year-old organization, he draws on the leadership skills developed during his time in the military to ensure that the state of Alaska is supplied with competent and confident emergency medical technicians. In recognition of his dedication to service, Mr. Forcier was recognized by the International Forum on Advancements in Healthcare (IFAH) among Healthcare’s Top 100 Healthcare Visionaries in 2021.
Mr. Forcier holds a bachelor’s degree in organizational leadership from Mountain State University, is a lifetime member of the National Infantry Association, and is active in the National Pathfinder Association. He credits his success on his ability to build a team, as well as his sense of duty. Looking toward the future, Mr. Forcier aspires to expand the reach and mission of the Southern Region EMS Council.
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