Jeff Solheim | President & Speaker


Jeff has been a leader in healthcare education for over twenty years. He has spoken to audiences around the world and has been invited to speak at the International Emergency Care Conference in Gold Coast, Australia and the National Emergency Nurses Association Convention here in the United States. 

Currently residing in West Linn, Oregon, Jeff brings a broad range of experience in nursing to the classroom. He has served as a staff nurse, flight nurse, nursing administration, trauma coordinator, nurse educator and state surveyor during his career. His educational principles are reinforced by his Master’s Degree in Nursing Education.

In addition, Jeff is the Executive Director and Founder of Project Helping Hands (PHH), a non-profit that sends medical teams to the poorest regions of the planet. Whether they are in the jungles of Peru or the villages of Uganda, Jeff and his teams actively search to serve those that are most in need. Jeff calls it an “adventure with heart”.

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Bill Light | Chief Nursing Officer & Speaker


Bill is a dynamic and energetic speaker whose unique style creates an engaging and fun atmosphere for all seminar attendees. Bill consistently delivers high-quality education that is praised by audiences, colleagues, and institutions alike.

Currently Oregon’s ENA President, Bill is a registered nurse with over 16 years of experience in a wide variety of areas including emergency care, trauma, critical care, pediatrics, psychiatric care, injury prevention and medical-surgical nursing. This experience, coupled with the completion of a Master’s Program in nursing, has helped Bill be a stronger resource and leader for the company and the industry.

Bill has a passion for education that enriches the practice of his counterparts and helps them to grow and strengthen their existing knowledge. For this reason, Bill focuses his topics on certifications, educational competencies, and practice enrichment for nurses.

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Sonni Logan | Speaker


Knowing that it becomes powerful in clinical practice, Sonni has a passion for knowledge. Whether teaching classes or preparing nurses for certification, Sonni loves to impart her expertise through humor, storytelling, and sparking genuine connections with those around her.

Sonni has many years of teaching experience and currently teaches for a university hospital that maintains Magnet status as well as other highly regarded achievements. Her clinical background is in Emergency Department, ICU, Trauma, Flight and Transport Nursing, open-heart recovery, and the Cardiac Catheterization Lab. Additionally, Sonni maintains certification in Nursing Professional Development.

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Mary Ann 'Cammy' House-Fancher | Speaker


Cammy is a nationally known speaker with over 35 years of critical care experience. She received her BSN and MSN with an advanced practice certification in adult health from Shands Teaching Hospital at the University of Florida. In 2000, Cammy completed a post-graduate course for her certification as an acute care nurse practitioner. She maintains her clinical skills through an active practice as an ACNP at the University of Florida, Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery. 

Cammy is known for her in-depth knowledge of managing patients with complicated cardiovascular diseases. In addition to her busy lecturing schedule, Cammy is a content reviewer for several refereed nursing journals and has numerous publications in the area of critical care. As a critical care nurse practitioner, Cammy brings extensive knowledge and clinical practice skills to her lectures. Incorporating this with her bedside clinical pearls allows the learner to take their care to the next level.

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Kevin Schitoskey | Speaker


Currently serving as the Regional Director of Strategic Operations for Med-Trans Corporation for Oregon, California and Arizona, Kevin was introduced to trauma medicine over 30 years ago as a volunteer fireman/EMT in suburban Albuquerque, New Mexico. His first nursing job was at the University of New Mexico, New Mexico’s only Level 1 trauma center. After several years of leading the hospital based flight program, Kevin was promoted to Director of Emergency Services.

Kevin’s experience includes pre-hospital, ED, ICU and subacute care. And with this background, he is able to bring a unique perspective to every course that is taught. His willingness to share experiences, best practices, and hard lessons allow for some very insightful classes.

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Michael Heuninckx | Speaker


Michael Heuninckx, the newest addition to Solheim Enterprises’ team of instructors, brings five years of Emergency Department Registered Nurse experience to the table. Michael has received a Master’s of Science in Nursing and currently works as a Nurse Practitioner in the  Surgical Intensive Care Unit at an ACS Trauma Verified Institution.

Michael is passionate about the education of his fellow nurses and community. Michael's book Code Blue! Now What? Learn What To Do When Your Patient Needs You The Most! focuses on easing the fears of new nurses. It's about what to do before, during and after a Code Blue or other medical emergency. He also hosts a podcast called The Household Health Podcast so he can help others increase their knowledge about their own health.

Michael serves the needs of his local community through volunteering on the medical team at his local church. He also offers free medical services to those that do not have health insurance at the FernCare Clinic.

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Kristen M. Cline | Speaker


Kristen currently serves as a full-time flight nurse and base educator for one of the largest hospital-based flight programs in the nation.  This CAMTS accredited program operates 5 bases in three states and Kristen is proficient in fixed and rotor wing operations along with ground transportation, as her program performs both scene and interfacility transports.  Kristen has over 10 years of nursing experience in medical-surgical, telemetry, trauma, emergency and critical care transport specialties, and has worked as a bedside nurse, charge nurse, and education coordinator.  She is also an active TNCC, ENPC, ACLS, and PALS instructor.

Kristen is considered a clinical subject matter expert in emergency nursing and has served as conference faculty for nursing conferences at the state and national level. Her lectures have also been featured as online webinars from the Emergency Nurses Association for continuing education.  She has been published in the Journal of Emergency Nursing and Critical Care Nurse, and serves on the editorial review board of the Air Medical Journal.   She is also an active member of ASTNA and the ENA, and has served on and chaired committees at the state and national level.  In 2015, Kristen was recognized by the Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing (BCEN) as Distinguished Certified Pediatric Emergency Nurse (CPEN) of the year.  She was also recognized by her health system, which is the largest rural healthcare system in the nation, for Exemplary Professional Practice.

Kristen has one daughter, who is spunky and sassy (just like her mom).  In her spare time, Kristen loves to travel, eat, and drink, and you can follow her adventures on Instagram: @traumaqueen124.

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Andrea Perry | Speaker


Andrea Perry is a Registered Nurse working in Roseville, CA. She started her career 14 years ago as a new grad in the Emergency Department and knew she was home. Though Andrea loved the various roles in the ED, from charge to trauma to triage, she realized her passions were quality improvement and education, and not just at the bedside. Her ability to connect to her audience has resulted in opportunities to present at conferences across the country, meeting nurses from all disciplines and learning as much as she teaches. From teaching first semester clinical in nursing programs to developing training for RNs transitioning from the inpatient units to the ED, Andrea has found multiple opportunities to help support nurses and advocate for the ED nursing profession. She has contributed several publications to professional journals on topics including trauma, nursing roles, stroke, and more. Currently, Andrea works as an ED Clinical Nurse Educator, constantly learning new things and sharing them with whoever will listen. 

In her downtime, Andrea likes to volunteer with a local labrador retriever rescue. She has fostered and re-homed several happy dogs. Somehow, always ends up with the ones in renal failure or needing insulin injections, using her nursing skills on four legged patients as well. Not one to sit idle, Andrea is also a community member in the local college’s wind ensemble. She loves to explore outside, and northern California provides plenty of opportunities to do so. For some reason, Andrea thought 100-mile bicycle rides sounded like a good idea, so she’s been exploring a lot lately! Being active outside of nursing allows Andrea time to refresh and recharge and stay passionate about ED nursing.

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