Michael Maske, born and raised in Sussex, Wisconsin now calls Arizona home. He served twelve years in the United States Military, first in the Army National Guard as a Behavioral Sciences Specialist. He finished his military career in the Air Force Reserves, serving in 2003-2004 during Operation Iraqi Freedom as a crew chief on the KC-135 Aircraft. He is a proud graduate of the Arizona State University (ASU) Hugh Downs School of Human Communication.
Currently, he is Vice President of Marketing and Education for TransMotion Medical, Inc., in Sharon Center, Ohio. TransMotion Medical is a one hundred percent employee owned manufacturer of mobile, motorized Stretcher-Chairs, designed for both patient transport and treatment.
Maske is the founder of the Nursing Success Institute (NSI), and has spent years studying and applying the principles of personal growth and development. In building his own successes, his goal is to now share it, specifically through his work with nurses. The most lasting place that change can be made is through the Safe Patient Handling and Movement legislation that is now beginning to be passed across the country. Maske is a passionate advocate for this legislation and the nurses it is meant to protect.
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