Public Relations Director
Tara Massarelli began her career in public safety in 2002 as a firefighter/medic. Tara has served more than 21 years in public safety. She sits on the board with Hall County DFCS, proudly volunteering her time, and has done so for four years. She is a chair of the American Paramedic Association representing Georgia. She has served as the NAMET Georgia advocate for two years. She will hold a BAFA degree in 2026 and has multiple certifications in various fields relating to leadership and the fire service. She held and maintained her own business from 2010 for ten years. Her focus with her leadership was always on the community and youth within the school systems, where she volunteered weekly to bring science into the classrooms.
In 2020, she developed and built Amerimeds first community paramedic program called Quick Medic LLC today. Tara enjoys spending time outside in her garden and growing plants from seeds. She has been married to her husband for 15 years, and they have four children.