Jack Dooley works as a paramedic for PRO EMS in Cambridge, MA. Since graduating from the University of Montana, he has served in a number of different roles in the field of public health. Before becoming a paramedic, he worked as a content writer for John Snow Inc and World Education. He also worked for the Thai non-profit มูลนิธิอุ่นใจ developing prehospital trauma manuals for community health workers in Northern Thailand and Laos. Jack studied international relations at Thammasat University in Thailand and has traveled extensively throughout Asia. He is a current graduate student at Northeastern University earning a M.S. in International Finance. He is excited to be a part of the METI Project and to help advance prehospital medicine in developing countries. This will be his first trip to Haiti.