EMS Leadership

EMS Leadership

EMS Student Leadership

Brett Mayer

Brett Mayer, Captain

Brett Mayer is a Junior at Rowan University and studies Law and Justice with a dual major in Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management. Mayer has reached the rank of Captain of Rowan EMS after a year of being Sergeant/Treasurer. Brett has been on Rowan EMS since his freshman year and has been an EMT since 2016. While on Rowan EMS, Mayer has been appointed as Driver Trainer as well as a Field Training Officer. Mayer is also a Resident Assistant on campus. Mayer started his EMT experience while serving at his home squad Englishtown - Manalapan. Mayer has had experience with different types of EMS agencies as well as had several different jobs in the EMS field. After college, Mayer hopes to pursue a career in Law enforcement as well as the field of Emergency Management. Brett likes to spendd spare time with his pet llama, Karl.


Molly Graff

Molly Graff, First Lieutenant

Molly Graff is a junior double major in Political Science and Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management. Graff became a volunteer EMT in 2016 and since then has worked both volunteer and paid EMS across two counties. She began at Rowan EMS her freshman year as an EMT Third. Since her time at Rowan, Graff has become a Staff EMT, FTO, a driver trainer, and was recently elected First Lieutenant. Aside from her time at Rowan EMS, she enjoys painting, cooking, and taking care of the squad fish. Although Graff has a serious demeanor, she enjoys helping people, not only those who come to her as patients but also those who come to her as trainees. Graff is a big advocate and caregiver for the squad fish, and likes long walks.


Christine Pobega

Christine Pobega, Second Lieutenant

Christine Pobega is currently a Junior Biological Sciences major at Rowan University. Pobega joined Rowan EMS during her freshman year and started out as a non EMT third. She then obtained her EMT certification in the summer of 2018. Since then she has become a staff EMT, a Field Training Officer, and a driver within the organization. Pobega was elected to the position of Second Lieutenant this past year. Aside from being Second Lieutenant, Pobega enjoys baking cookies and brownies for the squad to put a smile on the fellow heroes' faces. She has been volunteering since 2014, starting at Bayshore Community Hospital in the emergency department. She also volunteers at her home squad in Hazlet and Keansburg Townships. She hopes to pursue a career as a Physician’s Assistant after graduating from Rowan in 2021. Pobega is a very big fan of dogs (most importantly her dog Onyx) and fortune cookies. Pobega always ensures the trucks are filled up with gas and ready to go.


Alyssa Koshy

Alyssa Koshy, Sergeant Treasurer

Alyssa Koshy is currently a Junior Biology Major at Rowan University. Alyssa started her work as an EMT volunteering at the Hightstown First Aid Squad in 2016 and later joined Rowan EMS during her freshman year in the Fall of 2018. During this time, she was appointed the status of Staff EMT, recipient of the Mark and Barbara Chamberlain EMS Award, and currently serves as Sergeant/Treasurer for RUEMS 2020. Along with volunteering at Rowan EMS, Alyssa spends her time in the EDGe research lab alongside Dr. Ruhl, Dr. Richmond, and Dr. Grove, and she is an active brother of the Phi Sigma Pi Honors Fraternity on campus. While in her hometown, she continues to work as an EMT at Hightstown First Aid as well as a swim instructor and certified lifeguard. Alyssa aims to graduate a year early from Rowan and continue on to earn her master’s degree as a Physician Assistant. Koshy also enjoys taking care of the horses at her horse farm.


Josh Haddadin

Josh Haddadin, Sergeant Secretary

Josh Haddadin is currently pursuing a Bachelors of Science in Accounting with a minor in Management Information System at Rowan University. He joined Rowan EMS spring semester of his Freshman year, and was enrolled in Gloucester County EMT school at the start of his Sophomore year. After obtaining his EMT certification, Josh became an EMT Third, Staff EMT,and is currently serving as Sergeant/Secretary. He has been involved in EMS since his junior year of highschool, volunteering for his hometown first aid squad in Lake Hiawatha, NJ. During His free time he likes to play basketball, spend time with friends, and cook. Josh plans to graduate and go into State or Federal Law Enforcement doing fraud investigation. Josh loves imported tea and the free samples at Costco.