Carrie Hayes MHS, PA-C, RDMS, RVT
Clinical Director, RAD-AID Ultrasound
Carrie Hayes is an Interventional Radiology Physician Assistant for Houston Methodist Hospital and has over fifteen years of experience as a Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer and Vascular Technologist. She completed her Master of Health Science and PA studies at Duke University. She serves in many roles at RAD-AID but her primary goal is to help facilitate and support the need for ultrasound education through hands on ultrasound training, curriculum development, volunteer selections and a wide variety of other considerations including infection control. She serves as a liaison between operational and regional leadership to provide necessary ultrasound support. Her work abroad providing assessments and hands on ultrasound education has been primarily in Haiti to date but she will be exploring other countries including Ethiopia, Tanzania and Laos.
Christina Hendricks BS, RDMS, RMSKS, RVT, RT(R)
Operations Director, RAD-AID Ultrasound
Christina is a senior sonographer at the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics in Madison, WI and serves as the sonographer representative for the UW-Madison RAD-AID Chapter. In addition to RAD-AID, Christina volunteers as a board member of the SDMS and the South Central Wisconsin Ultrasound Society (SCWUS). With the UW Wisconsin Madison RAD-AID Chapter, she made one trip to Nicaragua in February 2015 and hopes to travel to Laos in the future to continue volunteering her time to educate others in sonography. Her personal projects include creating ultrasound protocols for use in high volume clinical environments abroad, teaching endovaginal ultrasound techniques to family practice physicians in Nicaragua, and finding sustainable high-level disinfection options for use in resource limited settings to help expand and promote the safe use of endovaginal ultrasound.
Education Director, RAD-AID Ultrasound
Diana Mishler, MBA-HM, RT(R)(S), RDMS
Program Manager, RAD-AID Ultrasound
Diana is a senior clinical sales specialist for Siemens. Prior to that, she was the program director for the BS in Medical Imaging Technology at Indiana University’s Kokomo campus. She is a registered radiographer and sonographer with specialties in abdomen, small parts, and OB/GYN. She has significant pediatric experience also. She serves on the Practice Standards Council with the ASRT as the sonography representative. She has also served as a sonography delegate with the ASRT. She recently traveled to Laos to teach pediatric sonography at the Laos Friends Hospital for Children. She hopes to continue working to raise awareness of safe and best practices and ethical sonography uses both in the US and abroad.