Mr. Peter Savard

Mr. Peter Savard is the founder of Global Water Consortium and brings a wealth of experience from both the healthcare and business fields. He has almost thirty years in the healthcare field. He has worked in numerous hospitals throughout the Midwest and east coast where he was involved in providing direct delivery of clinical care at Level 1 Emergency and Trauma Centers. He has a long-distinguished background as a nursing leader including serving in mid-level management positions at both pediatric and adult emergency departments. He has also been involved in clinical research in resuscitation and hemodynamics and has spoken nationally on sepsis and resuscitation. He brings many skills and talents in the field of emergency management and disaster preparedness both from his personal experience in disasters and his formal roles in leadership. He is currently an Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing at Cedarville University in Cedarville, Ohio.

He has developed mobile hospitals and a disaster supply chain model for mobile medical assets at the state level as well as completing research on supply chain integration in the mobile environment. In addition, he has been directly involved in local and regional disasters and healthcare response on the Eastern Coast of the United States. As of a result of this work he has also spoken nationally in the United States on medical mobile logistics and the management of the supply chain both as a guest speaker and guest faculty. He has also designed global supply chains for non-medical needs.

Mr. Savard has received his Bachelors of Science in Nursing degree from Cedarville University as well as Master degrees in Science in Logistics and Supply Chain and Administration Nursing and Health Care Systems from Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. He is currently working on his doctoral project to complete his Doctorate of Nursing Practice degree at Wright State University, with a focus on understanding the end users’ knowledge base regarding water, safe water, and personal hygiene.

Oh, by the way, Pete loves to bike! Believe it or not it was a year in the development phase of this concept that the idea of a bike as a mode of transportation came to fruition. Thanks Dave and Gary for planting the seed of thought!

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