Emergency Incident Support (EIS) is a rapid response group of
Donors / Sponsors
A huge thank-you to the donors and sponsors that contribute toward our mission!
Board of Directors
Roger Lance, President
Roger Lance is a 72-year-old retired Air Force Veteran of 29 years. He has over 3000 hours of flight time in various fighter aircraft. He has several years of experience in weapon system development, engineering, flight testing, and retired as Commander for advanced technology systems. After retirement he worked as a contractor for space-based systems development for US Space Command. Roger has been a volunteer providing support to first responders since 2005. He was instrumental in ensuring our first responders received exceptional support during the Waldo Canyon and Black Forest fires. As President of the EIS Board of Directors (BoD) he has led efforts to ensure Emergency Incident Support (EIS) continues to expand services to our first responders throughout the El Paso Community. He also serves as Vice-President of the Tri-Lakes Fire Protection District Board of Directors.
George Steinfeld, Secretary
George W. Steinfeld is 75 years old and has served El Paso County 46
Gary Nelson, Treasurer
Gary Nelson, age 60, has over 40 years of consulting, management, customer service, finance, and technical experience related to information technology, banking, and future investments. Gary will serve as a management member and treasurer of the Company, Emergency Incident Support. Gary has been instrumental in the business planning, capital raising, financial planning and start-up of Emergency Incident Support.
Gary is a seasoned professional with broad experience in management, sales, marketing, startups, capital budgets and operations. He has served as technical consultant and financial analyst to private investment companies and government decision-makers. Gary’s experience includes technical leadership and financial advisor to start-up ventures.
Lisa Powell has been working in Public Health for the past 25 years and serves as the El Paso County Public Health Emergency Manager in Colorado Springs, CO. She was a member of the incident command team for the 2009 H1N1 Pandemic Influenza Outbreak. She was the ESF 8 lead in the Emergency Operation Center for the Waldo Canyon Fire 2012, the Black Forest Fire 2013, and the Colorado Floods 2013. Her experience includes behavioral health coordination for first responders and affected community members following the Planned Parenthood active shooter incident November 2015. She has participated in numerous emergency operations events for both exercises and real world events. She currently serves as the chair of the South Central Healthcare Coalition. She holds her masters in Organizational and Professional Communication. She completed the FEMA Master Exercise Practitioner Program and is a Terrorism Liaison Officer and is a Colorado Certified Emergency Manager.