James (TINY) McLaughlin is the Director of Community Paramedicine at Ute Pass Regional Health Service District in the Colorado Springs, Colorado Area. Aside from his responsibilities to the district, James has served three terms as President of the Teller County Emergency Medical Service Council. He also serves as chairman of the Pikes Peak Community College Emergency Medical Service Advisory Committee and is a founding member of the Teller County Mental Health Alliance. As an adjunct faculty member for Pikes Peak Community College, he is also the lead instructor for the International Community Paramedic Program. James also teaches for the University of Colorado Health Center for EMS excellence and is a former instructor for the prestigious Penrose St. Francis Institute.