Jenna Graham

Commissioner, Jenna Graham

Mountain View Fire Department; Fire Captain Paramedic

Mountain View Professional Firefighters, Local 1965

Jenna Graham is a Fire Captain Paramedic with Mountain View Fire Department with 19 years of service. She served as a Firefighter Paramedic for five years, as an engineer for almost 10 years and is currently enjoying the rank of Captain Paramedic.

Throughout her career, Jenna has been and remains active with IAFF Local 1965 Executive Board serving as Secretary for two terms, then as Health and Safety Officer for the last five years. Jenna has taken a lead role in many charity events run through the Mountain View Firefighters Random Acts 501(c)(3) including the Annual Pancake Breakfast fund raiser benefitting Allisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation and the Fire Drill 5K/10K Run.

Jenna has worked on the MVFD EMS committee, the Recruitment Committee, the Cancer Committee, and Strategic Planning Committee. Jenna has worked in the training division as a Captain and instructed at multiple academies. Jenna is the manager for the TEMS program working closely with the SWAT team of Mountain View Police Department. Jenna has recently been given a new assignment of working as a tiller truck captain and will be working on the Technical Rescue Committee while we transition into being a type 1 technical rescue team.

Jenna joined the Cal-JAC Commission to Recruit Women for the Fire Service in January, 2019.

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