Resume

Expertise

redjillJill offers superior expertise for the position of coroner gained from a career working in the medicolegal field combined with ongoing academic training. She graduated from the University of Minnesota School Of Medicine with Bachelor of Science in Mortuary Science with Highest Distinction. She is certified as a Registered Diplomat with the American Board of Medicolegal Death Investigators housed at the University of St. Louis School of Medicine.

She tested for the highest level of medicolegal death investigation and is a Board Certified Fellow. She has attended advanced training at the Minnesota Bureau Criminal Investigations, the Minnesota Department of Health, the New York City Office of Chief Medical Examiner and the Department of Homeland Security Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP) in Anniston, Alabama.

Below is a list of additional certifications, trainings, and awards that Jill has earned through the years that cover multiple aspects of her job. They have contributed to Jill being recognized as one of the top professionals in her field.

ADVANCED Certifications:

The American Board of Medicolegal Death Investigators BOARD-CERTIFIED Medicolegal Death Investigator F-185, 5/2010

National Funeral Directors License 1991 3162

Minnesota Funeral Directors License M-3162

Certifications:

The American Board of Medicolegal Death Investigators Registered Medicolegal Death Investigator D-185, 10/1999

Certified Death Investigator Colorado Coroners Association 8/13

Lyon’s Eye Bank Eye Enucleation 3/1994

Colorado Crime Information Center Certification 8/12

ADVANCED Training:

Advance Course in Medicolegal Death Investigation, New York City Office of Chief Medical Examiner 11/16-20/2009

FEMA Center for Domestic Preparedness, Anniston, AL 10/24-29/10

Homeland Security G-386 Mass Fatalities Incident Response (Iowa) 4/9-10/11

Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, Minnesota State Crime Lab, Death Investigation Conference P.O.S. T. Course Number 002-2140 5/5-6/2011

Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, Minnesota State Crime Lab, Death Investigation Conference P.O. S. T course Number 002-2068 April 29-30, 2010

Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, Minnesota State Crime Lab, Death Investigation Conference Forensic Partnership Training 10/19-21/2004

Minnesota Symposium on Terrorism and Emergency Preparedness (Minnesota Colleges and Universities) 11/2008

MN 36th Annual Governor’s Emergency Management Conference 03/2006

Minnesota 29th Annual Forensic Science Seminar 10/25-26/12

Minnesota 28th Annual Forensic Science Seminar 10/6-7/11

Minnesota 26th Annual Forensic Science Seminar 10/8-9/2009

Minnesota 22nd Annual Forensic Science Seminar 10/4-5/2005

Minnesota 21st Annual Forensic Science Seminar 10/7-8/2004

Minnesota 19th Annual forensic Science Seminar 10/3-4/2002

Training:

RTI Administrative Management of a Medicolegal Office 01/14

Leading and Managing at Douglas County; Managing and Motivating a Multi-Generational Workforce 5/13

Leading and Managing at Douglas County; constructive Coaching 5/2013

NamUs Missing and Unidentified Person Workshop POST course IV0118,

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Suicide Alertness “SafeTalk” 11/13

OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Training 10/13

RTI Death Investigation in the Elderly 8/13

Colorado Crime Information Center Certification 8/12

University of New Mexico; School of Medicine; Sudden Death-Cause of Death Scenarios that Mimic one Another 12/11

University of New Mexico; School of Medicine; Sudden Unexplained Infant Deaths Investigation: Infant growth and Development 4/11

Minnesota Department of Public Safety Review of Firearms Handling 5/10

Diversity Awareness, Burnsville Police Department 8/10

Disaster Portable Morgue Unit X-Ray training MN Department of Health 11/2009

CareerTrack: More Effective Supervisor 7/09

MN Coalition for Death Education and Support: Suicide across the Life Span 5/2008

American College of Emergency Physicians: Community Healthcare Disaster Preparedness Assessment: Morgue and Mass Fatality Planners 3/08

Pandemic Influenza Mass Fatality Plan 5/2008

Donation and the Death Investigator 8/2008, 7/2009

Grieving the Many Wounds of War: 10/07

Methamphetamine awareness: 10/2007

CSI Effect and Successful Prosecution 5/2007

How to deliver “The message”; Communication and Sensitivity after a Tragedy 1/2006

Child Maltreatment, Abuse and Neglect (Presented by MN Co Attorney’s Office) 11/2006

Death and Dying in the Native American Culture 8/23/2005

University of Minnesota, “Toward Zero Deaths Conference” 11/16-17/2005

Weapons of Mass Destruction Awareness 9/2004

Medical Consequences of Terrorism 01/2002

Stages and Care of the Dying Person 2/2002

Medical Consequences of Terrorism 02/2002

Caring Model 12/2001

Minnesota Incident Management System 10/2001

Minneapolis College Street Drug Update 5/97

Awards:

American Red Cross “Unparalleled Commitment.”

New Prague Peace Center 5/22/97

Mock Car Crash, Cannon Falls High School 4/2006, 2003

Hamlin University “Supervising College of Liberal Arts Interns” 2006

Regina Medical Center “Outstanding Service” 2006; Employee of the Month 2005

Mentor Connection for Guidance and support of academic and professional Challenge in Death Investigation, Intermediate District 287 4/2003 and 4/2004

Minnesota (Pepin) Driver’s Education 3/2010

American Tissue Services Foundation “Outstanding Service.” 2/05

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