Kevin Ramdayal began his career in EMS in 2005. He joined the FDNY as an EMT in 2006 where he was stationed in Queens NYC. He was accepted to the FDNY’s Paramedic program in 2008, graduating near the top of his class. In 2010 he was offered the position of Paramedic Instructor at the prestigious FDNY EMS Academy, teaching thousands of EMTs and Paramedics. Hard work and dedication would continue to pay off as he would obtain the rank of Lieutenant in 2011 and be assigned to the South Bronx as a front-line EMS Officer. 2016 would bring about the rank of Captain where he would now command his own facility in the iconic Midtown area of Manhattan. He would serve until 2020 when he was promoted to the rank of Deputy Chief, this time landing in the Brooklyn area, overseeing and guiding EMS response in for the borough. In addition to his extensive field experience, he would be tasked throughout his career to coordinate training programs for various disciplines, such as the EMS incident command, medical simulation, counterterrorism and many more. He has trained with various national agencies such as FEMA, the FBI, The Department of Homeland Security and is also a graduate of the Combating Terrorism Program at West Point. He has had the opportunity to speak and share his experiences at many national and state conferences on topics affecting EMS. He still maintains an active Paramedic certification and frequently teaches as a lead instructor for the EMT and Paramedic Basic programs in the NYC area.