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    Accident Scene Management, Inc. Instructors

Lady Diva ~ ASMI Lead Instructor

Darlene worked in the Respiratory Care field in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area for 15 years where she focused on children, and then became involved in the world of wound care where she has practiced for the last 10 years. Darlene got her first taste of motorcycling on a mini bike at age 12 and has been hooked ever since. She finally got her very own bike in 2004, quickly moving up to her 2006 Harley-Davidson Heritage Classic ‘The Rose”.

Handling such a large bike had her quickly looking to other women to for support and help, which she found in the ladies of the Chrome Angels, an all-women motorcycle social riding organization dedicated to helping women and children. Darlene is now the Co-Director of the Chrome Angels. She puts 8,000 - 10,000 miles a year on her bike between charity work and riding with her boyfriend.

Darlene totally believes that the more we know, the safer we can ride. This is what led to her interest in ASMI in the spring of 2010. Darlene took her basic class and was so impressed that she signed up for the advanced class during the lunch break. She then followed up with instructor training in September 2010 and looks forward to sharing this knowledge with all riders!

Darlene can be reached at dfwdarlene@hotmail.com or at 817-680-8121 (cell phone).

Storm ~ ASMI Assistant Instructor

Carla, aka “Storm” has been riding for approximately six years and is currently riding a 2006 Suzuki Boulevard C50.   She is a member of the American Motorcycle Association and has been actively involved with the Chrome Angels of DFW for the past three years.  In those short years, she has participated in many of the group's rides.  As an avid group rider, she understands that her chances of being a first responder or witness to an accident greatly increases every time she participates in the rides. 

After learning about ASMI and what they represent, Carla did not hesitate in becoming involved with the program as an Assistant Instructor.  She became convinced that ASMI was a way for her to gain the knowledge and skills needed to render emergency aid in the crucial first minutes of an accident.  Sharing her knowledge and skills is Carla’s way of giving back to the riding community she dearly loves.

If you, your riding organization or your group of fellow riders are interested in scheduling a class in or around the DFW area contact Carla at: storm_asmi@yahoo.com

 
 
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