President / CEO Terrence Greaves
Mr. Greaves started his career with WVA in January 2000 as a junior member quickly gaining experience and training in CPR and First Aid. Later that year he completed his certification as a Medical Response Technician. Mr. Greaves served the organization for 3 years before becoming an Emergency Medical Technician in 2003. Mr. Greaves was drawn to WVA by the genuine caring attitude of all those who work here and their dedication to the well being of citizens of Windsor. As Terrence’s career advanced, he was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant of Operations, and a few months later was once again promoted to the rank of Captain of Operations. During 2007 Mr. Greaves was advanced to his current position of Deputy Chief of Operations. In, 2011 Mr. Greaves became an Emergency Medical Services Instructor. Mr. Greaves holds Bachelor’s Degrees in Forensic Science and Criminal Justice – Investigative Services and a Master’s Degree in National Security Administration from the University of New Haven. In his role of President, Mr. Greaves oversees all financial and budgetary aspects of the organization.
Mr. Moylan started his career with WVA in 2000 volunteering as a Medical Response Technician. In 2002 Mr. Moylan became certified as an Emergency Medical Technician and soon after was promoted to Field Training Officer. In 2004 Daniel was appointed as a Lieutenant. Over the next year Daniel continued his growth in WVA and in 2005 was promoted to the rank of Captain. Over the years Daniel has assisted with a variety of training classes such as CPR, First Aid and Basic Life Support. In 2009 as WVA continued to grow, Daniel was hired as one of the first full time employees in WVA history with the rank of Deputy Chief of Operations. In his current position as the Chief of Operations, Daniel oversees all the operations of our company.
Mr. Antonelli has been involved in emergency services for over 25 years, starting as a junior firefighter and EMT. Over the last quarter century he has become an experienced paramedic and state certified EMS instructor. He began his career at WVA in 2011 after serving as the Director of EMS Education for a company in the greater Hartford area providing pre-hospital education services. Mr. Antonelli was hired as one of the three original WVA paramedics and began working as our Director of Training in addition to his paramedic duties. He was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant and a few months later promoted to the Captain of Operations. Mr. Antonelli oversees all aspects of training at WVA, including the EMT course program, CPR programs, continuing education for members, community outreach programs and our liaison for medical control issues. In addition, Captain Antonelli is our EMS Administrator on the executive board. He very much enjoys working for WVA, an organization that he feels provides volunteers and career employees with a more unique and personal experience that other, larger EMS agencies may not be able to offer.
Lieutenant Sarah Dowd
Ms. Dowd started her career with WVA in 2010, volunteering as an Emergency Medical Technician. She was drawn to WVA for its reputation of skillfully and passionately serving the community, and it’s dedication to education. She was hired as a per diem EMT in the summer of 2013, and began full time in the winter of that same year. In August of 2014, Ms. Dowd was promoted to Field Training Officer. As an FTO, she works closely with newly hired EMT-B’s with all levels of experience. In January of 2015 she was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant of Operations. As part of the management staff, Lt. Dowd specializes in billing and quality assurance, in addition to general shift supervision. Sarah assists with both administrative duties and human resource management.