Mr. Todd McKee is an instructor with The University of Findlay, an academic partner of the RDPC.
Mr. McKee is a 15 year veteran of the fire service, currently serving with the Eastern Knox County Joint Fire District in Danville, Ohio. He has also served as lieutenant at the Homer Volunteer Fire Department and the Berkshire, Sunbury, Trenton and Galena (OH) (BST&G) Fire District. Mr. McKee is nationally known for his work with hazardous materials and the re-investigation of the Beverly Hills Supper Club fire that killed 160 people in northern Kentucky.
Mr. McKee speaks at several national conferences, such as the Fire Department Instructor’s Conference (FDIC) and the University of Missouri Fire Institute of Technology. Currently, Mr. McKee sits on the Adult Education Advisory Board for The Knox County Career Center, the Ohio HazMat Technical Advisory Committee, and the Ohio Border Patrol and Safety Committee. He has received the majority of his training through the Knox County Career Center, the Ohio Fire Academy, The University of Findlay, FEMA, and the National Fire Academy.