Daryhl L. Johnson II MD, MPH, FACS
May Day Medical Director
Alex Carrico MSN, RN, TCRN, MICN
May Day Conference Coordinator
Anna Stormzand MPH
Sarah Bunn BS, CSTR, CAISS
Page Brei RN
Ashton Dispenette RN
Randy Hoffman BS, CPDM
Alberto Bonifacio RN, BSN, MHA, CEN
Jane McNichols RN
Gina Thompson RN
Jennifer Dawson MPH, FP-C, NREMT-P
Melissa Miller RRT
Cricket Scovil MSW, LCSW, LCAS
Tonya Stafford BSN, RN, CPN
Cheryl Workman MSN RN TCRN CEN CSTR
Paul Zarick BSN, RN, CCRN
David Gravdahl, MS, NRP
David Grovdahl is the Chief of EMS for Cumberland County, North Carolina, a part of the Cape Fear Valley Health System Mobile Integrated Health. David has been in EMS for 22 years with 18 of those years in EMS Management. He holds a Bachelor's and Master's Degree from Colorado State University and has a passion for EMS system design and clinical advancement.
William Goodnight, MD MSCR
William Goodnight, MD MSCR is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine at the UNC School of Medicine. His current clinical activities include full scope of maternal-fetal medicine practice with special interest in obstetric ultrasound, prenatal diagnosis and treatment, and management of multiple pregnancy. Currently, Dr. Goodnight is the Medical Director for UNC OB Ultrasound and the Medical Director for the UNCH Fetal Care Program, a multidisciplinary program providing in utero fetal treatment for congenital anomalies, including directing the in utero fetal myelomeningocele repair program since 2011. Dr. Goodnight completed a Master of Science in clinical research in 2008 and has been active in clinical research as faculty at UNC. Current areas of research include nutrition and pregnancy, prenatal diagnosis and ultrasound and ob infectious disease. Dr. Goodnight is active in medical student and MFM Fellow education and developed and bimonthly national web conference lecture series for MFM Fellows, and is faculty for the SMFM Critical Care Obstetrics Simulation and Online Annual Course since 2012. Dr. Goodnight is active nationally serving on the executive board for the North American Fetal Therapy Network, serving as the PI for the international Complicated Monochorionic Twin Pregnancy Registry and has served on the Board of Directors for the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine.
Amanda Gillespie is a licensed clinical social worker. She has worked as a social worker for the past twelve years. Amanda came to UNC School of Medicine in 2019 and spearheaded a new program screening for and providing treatment to children and families following traumatic events. Amanda has spent her career working with children and families during and after traumas. First, as a social worker at the Department of Social Services where she investigated allegations of child abuse and neglect as well as worked with children and families involved in the foster care system. She continued that work at Baptist Hospital with their child maltreatment team, completing forensic interviews with children. She currently runs the post-trauma screening program at UNC Children's Hospital and provides outpatient therapy with a specialization in trauma.
Dr. Smith is an emergency physician at UNC and the medical director for emergency management at UNC Hospitals as well as the medical advisor for the Mid-Carolina Healthcare Preparedness Coalition. He is board-certified in both Emergency Medicine and Emergency Medical Services. He has been involved in field response to disasters both locally and across the state. He is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of North Carolina and also serves as the Medical Director for Carolina Air Care and Air Life NC.