John Feddema began his emergency services career in 2000 as a Reserve Firefighter with the Central Yavapai Fire District. He has worked in multiple capacities throughout his career and currently serves as the Assistant Chief of Operations for the Central Arizona Fire & Medical Authority. He is an adjunct instructor with the Arizona Center for Fire Service Excellence, Rescue 3 International, and the International Society of Fire Service Instructors, teaching various topics associated with, leadership, technical rescue, and live fire training. He is a member of the Arizona State Fire Training Committee and a member of the Homeland Security Regional Advisory counsel for Arizona’s western region. He currently resides in Prescott Valley with his wife Rebecca and their five children; Carson, Grace, Ethan, Colin, and Anna.