Fire Interview, The Storyteller Podcast interviews people from all walks of life with incredible stories of resilience, fighting through adversity, leadership, and other life lessons all audiences can enjoy.
Fire Chief Dennis Compton
Dennis Compton was the Fire Chief for the Mesa Fire Department as well as an assistant Chief for the Phoenix Fire Department. He has won multiple Lifetime Achievement Awards, been a chairman and executive board member for too many committees to name. He has worked in Washington, as well as the Pentagon. He was at the Pentagon on September 11th, and was sent to ground zero to help set up their command structure. He was the FEMA and USAR commander and was the first team on scene of the Oklahoma City bombing. In this Episode we talk about everything from accountability to terminating employees with Chief Compton.
Oops, I broke my neck...
Gina Schuh is a successful real estate mogul, a talented painter, has her Juris Doctorate degree, … and is a C5/6 quadriplegic. Listen as Gina talks about her accident, how her life changed in an instant, and how she’s been able to be incredibly successful despite her setbacks. Nothing is off limits as Gina goes into depth on everything from dating in a chair, proving people wrong, changing the stigma about people with disabilities, and other controversial topics.
Eddie Cancro is a retired lieutenant from FDNY. In this episode Eddie tells us his stories of success, failure, and what it was like being at ground zero on September 11th. Eddie has a wealth of knowledge about leadership and has an amazing story to tell. Make sure to follow us on Instagram @Fire_Interview