Todd J. LeDuc, MS, CFO, CEM, MIFirE, is an assistant chief with Broward County (Fla.) Sheriff's Office's Department of Fire-Rescue, an internationally accredited career department of nearly 800 members. He holds a master's in executive fire service leadership and is credentialed as a chief fire officer and certified emergency manager. He also holds member status in the Institute of Fire Engineers, is an elected board of director member for the International Association of Fire Chief's Safety, Health & Survival Section and an advisory board member of IAFC publication On Scene.
LeDuc is a peer reviewer for both professional credentialing and agency accreditation. He has served as a consultant for agencies in over a dozen states in performing strategic and master plans, department evaluations and consolidation feasibility studies. He is a frequently national speaker and publishers regularly. He was the charter president of the National Association of EMS Quality Professionals and has authored several successful multi-million dollar federal grants. He has severed in the roles of EMS Chief, Accreditation & Professional Standards Chief and Chief of Operations during his 23-year tenure with Broward County. He is also adjunct faculty with Anna Marie College in Massachusetts.