Hello, fellow firefighter association members. I am delighted to be representing the South Central Region – Valdez and Cordova area. The ASFA has excellent benefits for its membership, and I can assist in navigating those benefits. If you are in my region and are not an association member, there is also an option to be a member-at-large until we can help your area or department develop a chapter. If you need any assistance in navigating the fire world or want to be a firefighter, I kindly offer my guidance in that area. As a firefighter for almost 20 years and an emergency trauma technician for over 20 years, I can either find someone to help you or, at least, get you headed on the right path. I began taking fire training classes long before becoming an official firefighter, so I understand the testing process. I may have experienced hurdles that you are trying to overcome. Please feel free to contact me. I can listen without judgment. - Jennifer Stubblefield
Jennifer formerly served as ASFA president, first vice-president, and Port of Valdez Chapter president. As a fire captain on the Trans-Alaska Oil Pipeline, Jennifer is also the Alyeska Pipeline Chapter president. She serves in the United States Coast Guard Reserves operating a 45-foot Medium Response Boat in her spare time. Additionally, Jennifer’s collateral duty includes responding as a Critical Incident Stress Management peer both locally and overseas. Her most recent responses have been in Alaska, but she responded to Puerto Rico for Hurricanes Maria and Irma.