Stephen James Johnson is a public safety professional, trainer, and speaker with a breadth of expertise across the public safety disciplines. Known for his engaging, powerful, and humorous approach to difficult topics, Stephen is a sought-after conference speaker who blends his experiences in emergency telecommunications, emergency medical services, criminal justice, and pastoral care to empower, encourage, and equip his audiences to become better versions of themselves, both personally and professionally. He is currently the Assistant Director of Administration and Training for Cambridge Emergency Communications Department (Cambridge, Massachusetts). Stephen has earned an M.A. of Theological Studies, B.A. in Clinical Psychology, and a B.S. in Criminal Justice and is a Connecticut certified Emergency Medical Technician and EMS-Instructor. He holds numerous certifications, including from the International Academies of Emergency Dispatch and the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, board appointments, including the Connecticut EMS Advisory Board, and professional memberships. He is a Connecticut native who lives in the Greater Boston Area, who finds joy in drinking coffee, reading books, sitting in his recliner reflecting, riding his motorcycle, and learning new things.