Stephen G. Simon MS, EMT-P, EFO
Adjunct Faculty, Emergency Services
Stephen Simon is an adjunct instructor and has been affiliated with Jefferson College for 20 years starting out as a field preceptor. Steve currently is employed with Roanoke County Fire and Rescue Department as a Division Chief/Assistant Director of the Department. He started his career in the Fire/EMS Service in Prince William County in 1986, moved to Roanoke in 1992 and has been a Paramedic for 24 years. Steve has served on many committees at the Local, State, and National level to improve Fire/EMS services. He currently is the representative to the Academy of Pediatrics PEPP program for the International Association of Fire Chiefs. He also serves as Secretary on the Board of Directors representing Roanoke County for the Western Virginia EMS Council. He is an ACLS, PEPP, PHTLS, EMT, and Fire Instructor and still teaches regularly. A specialty of Steve's is EMS Billing, which he lectures and consults on regular for other local governments.
Steve has a Masters Degree from Grand Canyon University, Bachelors from the University of Maryland University College, and an Associates Degree from Northern Virginia Community College.
Steve is married to his wife of 19 years (Jeannine) who also instructs at Jefferson College in an adjunct role. They have two children and live in Roanoke County. His other passion besides the Fire/EMS service is soccer. He currently plays and coach's soccer on a weekly basis and is the President of the largest soccer club in the Roanoke Valley.