Air Ambulance Perspectives with David Manzer

By: Angel MedFlight Contributor

David Manzer is the Web Design Specialist for Angel MedFlight Worldwide Air Ambulance.

David Manzer is the Web Design Specialist for Angel MedFlight Worldwide Air Ambulance.

In this edition of Air Ambulance Perspectives, we feature David Manzer. David is the Web Design Specialist at Angel MedFlight Worldwide Air Ambulance. David came to us in late 2012 with a vast amount of experience in digital design. He is responsible for the website user interface design, digital design of nearly all web elements, and ensures everything online is up-to-date.

AMF Contributor: What has been your most memorable experience at Angel MedFlight?

David Manzer: I have had many memorable experiences working at Angel MedFlight, but the most perhaps, was the quintuplet story.

I had recently interviewed for the position of Web Designer when I saw the quintuplets story on the news. I thought how rewarding it would be to work for such a great company and be a part of these amazing things happening at Angel MedFlight. At that moment, I sent Barry Keyles, the Chief Creative Officer, another email and crossed my fingers that I would land this opportunity. The next thing I know, a couple days later HR called and offered me the position.

AMF Contributor: What do you like most about working at Angel MedFlight?

David Manzer: What I like most about working at Angel MedFlight are the great ideas that flourish into tangible results. I love the work I do and the service we provide. I also love getting to see awesome planes in the hanger from time to time. There’s a lot to like about working here.

AMF Contributor: Do you have any personal goals to reach while at Angel MedFlight?

David Manzer: My personal goal is to continue to create new and exciting designs while creating an ongoing positive web experience for our end user.

AMF Contributor: Is there a particular story that has impacted you, personally?

David Manzer: The story that impacted me personally was the story about the 5 year old little boy that we transported. Unfortunately, he recently passed away after a battle with cancer.

Angel MedFlight honored him by taking a staff photo wearing yellow shirts and sent it to his family. This was very touching to me and having a 7 year old boy of my own, this story really hits home with me and brings it even closer.

Being a part of something that does so much good for so many people is inspiring. I have had jobs in the past that I really enjoyed (and some not so much), but what I do for this company and what they do for people, makes me more than just like this job, I am proud of my contribution.

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