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Kyle was born and raised in the Midwest. Growing up in the suburbs of Chicago, Kyle lived in a big Italian household with five brothers and sisters, and several animals. As a child, he took an early interest in soccer. This took him just across the state lines to the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater where he played all four years and became a captain of the team. This is a small sample of one of Kyle’s defining traits—leadership.
Leadership and dedication are ingrained in Kyle’s work in the safety industry. He had several long term internships with contractors in the Midwest before moving back to Wisconsin to lead companies through safety culture change. Kyle would be the first to say that safety is hard work and he takes great pride in bringing his work ethic into his work with clients.
When he’s not in the office or at the job site, you might find him in the woods. He loves to hunt, fish, camp, and boat—anything to get into the outdoors. He still plays soccer when he can, and occasionally settles for watching it. If you know Kyle, you know that people come first—he loves to spend as much time as he can with his family and friends.
Joshua may have been born locally in Peoria, but he is somewhat of a world traveler. At age 5 his family moved to Switzerland and then to England before returning to Illinois. Even as a kid, he was interested in keeping people safe. He learned first aid and fire safety in the Boy Scouts (where he became an Eagle Scout), and then later became a firefighter EMT for the local fire department. His pursuit of safety didn’t end there, becoming a police officer at 21, a trauma tech in the ER in college and eventually back overseas in Iraq as a security specialist.
Today this wealth of experience, along with a host of certifications and licenses help Joshua to lead efforts to teach others about safety and de-escalation. He helps clients with respectful teaching and team work and prides himself on being a problem solver. No matter the safety or cultural problem an organization faces, Joshua lives to create a solution.
In his time off, Joshua brings this generous spirit to his community, still serving as a firefighter paramedic and part time police-officer. He and his family enjoy volunteering with Saint Jude and Kids’ Muddy Madness, as well as a medical clinic in Haiti. Joshua also enjoys home remodeling, and has learned quite a bit about construction throughout the process. One day he hopes to share his world travel experience and take his family around the world, and start a successful business.