Code One Training Solutions is incredibly proud to announce that our very own Kori Burz is part of the Citizen CPR Foundation’s 40 Under 40 class of 2021!
Kori has served many roles over the years with Code One from instructor to human resources and serves a key role on our admin team in helping to guide the future of Code One. In the past two years she has been critical to the success of our BEACON program, as well as, overseeing our virtual instructor program. Her commitment to the mission of saving lives has been incredible and we’re honored to have her as part of our team here at Code One.
Citizen CPR Foundation’s 40 Under 40 Press Release
The Citizen CPR Foundation’s 40 Under 40 Class of 2021 has been announced ahead of the Cardiac Arrest Survival Summit, to be held Dec. 7-10 in San Diego.
This year’s selection for the 2021 class required 40 Under 40 Leadership Committee members to rank nominees from highly qualified candidates from around the world. The nominees represented a wide range of services and skills aimed at improving outcomes from sudden cardiac arrest, including educators, researchers, clinicians, survivors, family support members and first responders.
“The Citizen CPR Foundation launched the 40 Under 40 initiative in 2018 as a way to recognize and support the talented individuals who are leading the future of sudden cardiac arrest awareness and outcomes,” said Stu Berger, Citizen CPR Foundation President. “This year, we received more nominations than ever, a testament to the inspiring work that’s being done in communities around the world.”
The Class of 2021 is invited to participate in virtual events prior to Summit 2021 and are celebrated at the conference. The Class of 2021 includes: Eddy Afram, Salvatore Aiello, Eric Anderson, Susan Burnett, Koralia Burz, Katie Charbonneau, Matt Cox, Matthew Crow, Naima Dellwar, Kenny Dobbs, John Erbayri, Kristin Flanary, Bella Flores, Nancy Glober, Alexander Gordon, Robert Griffin III, Michael Herbert, Thomas Jenkins, Kaitlyn Gilk, Richard Grant, Aaron Johnson, Bethany and Hannah Keime, Kacey Kronenfeld, Melissa Lederer, Brian Leonard, Emily Lewis, Michael Mancera, Shobi Mathew, Jillian Moore, Daniel Moran, Ryan Morgan, Nichole Pereira, Kim Rafalowitz, Antonio Renta, Tommaso Scquizzato, Christopher Sun, Felipe Teran, Jadelyn Villegas, Mary “Molly” Wagner, Jasmine Wylile and Brianna Wolfe.
The Citizen CPR Foundation’s 40 Under 40 recognition program engages, strengthens and celebrates the future of sudden cardiac arrest training, response and survival by recognizing 40 outstanding individuals who are under 40 years of age. In order to be considered as a 40 Under 40 honoree, individuals must have made a meaningful contribution to SCA outcomes in a personal or professional setting, including: saving an individual’s life; training, preparedness and implementation in a community, group or business setting; raising awareness on a local, regional or national scale; unique progress, contributions or finding in cardiac arrest science, practice and/or research; and product innovations, inventions or enhancements.
About the Citizen CPR Foundation
Founded in 1987, the mission of the Citizen CPR Foundation is to save lives from sudden cardiac arrest by stimulating effective community, professional and citizen action. The non-profit foundation is supported by donations, including the generous funding of the Citizen CPR Foundation’s Partner Council, each member of which helps to advance the foundation’s life-saving mission through strategic collaborations, initiatives and outreach. The Partner Council includes AED Superstore, the American Heart Association, the American Red Cross, Brayden by Innosonian Inc., Defibtech, Laerdal Medical, MD Solutions International, NASCO Healthcare, Philips, PRESTAN Products, WorldPoint and ZOLL. Every two years, the Citizen CPR Foundation holds its international Cardiac Arrest Survival Summit, formerly the Emergency Cardiovascular Care Update (ECCU), which features the latest information and trends in cardiopulmonary resuscitation.