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Joey Allen
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  • Mount Washington, KY
  • United States
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Lives in:
Mt. Washington, Kentucky
Department:
Zoneton Fire Protection District
Title/rank:
Firefighter
Years of public service:
7
Agency structure:
Combination fire department
Top issues in your department:
Leadership Development and Volunteer Retention
Professional Qualifications:
KY State Certified Instructor
Fire Officer I
EMT-B
Water, Rope, Haz-Mat, Confined Space Technician
NFA- STICO, MICO, & PICO
NFA- Leadership I,II, & III
Topics you provide training for:
All areas of structual firefighting along with leadership training at the firefighter level.
Areas of expertise:
Leadership development at the firefighter level.
Bio:
Born and raised in Northern Kentucky, I'm a full-time firefighter with the Zoneton Fire Protection District, a part-time firefighter with the Okolona Fire Protection District, and a volunteer Lieutenant with the Mount Washington Fire Protection District. I have been married to my wife for 4 years and have a one year old son, Raylen
Web site:
http://www.zonetonfire.com

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Lead from the Back

We all know who they are.  They dismount the engine, grab their tools, grab the nozzle, and stretch the line to perfection with the confidence we all strive for.  The officers on scene take notice and all agree: “That person is going to be a great leader someday”.  No disrespect to the seasoned officer onlookers, but someday?

Being a leader is generally something we all want.  We all want to be that company officer everyone wants to work for, that battalion chief we love talking to,…

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Posted on October 14, 2014 at 7:22am

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