Committees

Make a Difference: Volunteer for a NCASM Committee

If you are passionate about sleep medicine, please consider volunteering for one of the following NCASM committees:

  • Education Committee
  • Web Development Committee
  • Bylaws Committee

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NCASM Education Task Force

Gurpreet SinghTask Force Chair - Gurpreet K. Singh, BS, BA, RPSGT, RST

Gurpreet is currently the Practice Manager for Medical Practice and Sleep Laboratory at Albemarle Pulmonary Medicine Associates in Elizabeth City. She has extensive experience and education in sleep medicine and in information computer technology systems. Gurpreet is an advocate for advancing patient care and promoting sleep technologist and physician education around sleep medicine in North Carolina.

 

 

 

 

Richard JohnsonRichard H. Johnson, RCP, RRT-SDS, RPSGT

In 1989 Richard obtained an AAS in Respiratory Care Technology.  He began his career in health care as a Respiratory Therapist for Duke Regional Hospital from 1987 through 2001.  He started working for Kiron Sleep Disorders Center from 2001 to present.  Currently, he holds the following credentials: Respiratory Care Practitioner (RCP), Registered Respiratory Therapist-Sleep Disorders Specialist (RRT-SDS), Registered Polysomnograpic Technologist (RPSGT).  He is currently pursuing a BS degree in Neurodiagnostic and Sleep Science at UNC Charlotte.  Richard is expected to graduate in May 2015. He is a member of the North Carolina Multiple Sclerosis Society (NCMSS), National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS), National Board of Respiratory Care (NBRC). Richard has one daughter who is a Senior at Penn State University.  He also enjoys being a church pianist.

 

 

 

Tanisha BurkeTanisha Burke, BS, RPSGT

Tanisha earned a BS Biology and BS Neurodiagnostics and Sleep Science at UNC Charlotte. She has been an active sleep technologist for the past 10 years at Carolinas Sleep Services for Carolinas Healthcare System in Charlotte, NC.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Victoria MorrisVictoria Morris, RPSGT, RST

Victoria has been a Sleep Technician with United Sleep Medicine since 2009. Her responsibilities include recording polysomnography, offering diagnostic and therapeutic services, and patient care and education. She is experienced with pediatric patients and with children with special needs. She also performs nocturnal EEG’s and CAP. Victoria is a student representative on the Neurodiagnostics and Sleep Science BS program advisory committee (2014).

 

 

 

 

Sarah Hoffman Shelton

Sarah Hoffman-Shelton, MS, RPSGT, R.EEG T., RST

Sarah has been in the field of Electroneurodiagnostics and Polysomnography for over 20 years. She currently serves as the Department Head for both the Electroneurodiagnostic Technology and Polysomnography Technology Programs at Catawba Valley Community College in Hickory, North Carolina. Sarah also continues to work as a day and night tech PRN at an area hospital. "I have seen many changes in the last twenty years in our profession and am very proud to still be part of it. I have made a conscious effort to try and improve education for those who want to become END and PSG technologist and sustain quality growth in both respected professions.  I enjoy spending time with my family, love the outdoors, and am currently attending the University of Charleston in the Doctorate of Executive Leadership program."