Mollers Announces Retirement

Following a long career of public service and national EMS leadership roles, Ray Mollers, the Executive Director of the Interstate Commission for EMS Personnel Practice has announced his upcoming retirement. Mollers informed the Commission of his intentions to retire by September 2023, and is committed to ensuring a smooth transition in leadership of the Commission to the next Executive Director. 

Appointed by the Commission in 2021, Mollers – who had previously retired from federal service – was hired as the first full-time Executive Director for the EMS Compact. Prior to joining the EMS Compact, Mollers served as the Director of Stakeholder Partnerships with the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians after serving our nation with 32 years of combined Federal service with the US Army Special Forces and Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Health Affairs.   

“Ray not only has years of outstanding service to the national EMS system, but he has also provided strategic leadership as the EMS Compact was operationalized,” said Donnie Woodyard, Chairman of the Commission. “I want to publicly thank Ray for his service, leadership, dedication and integrity while serving as the Executive Director for the EMS Compact and his upcoming, well-deserved retirement.” 

The Interstate Commission for EMS Personnel Practice will assemble a recruitment and nomination committee to identify Moller’s successor.