Shelly Crisler is a Biomedical Engineer at the VHA Center for Engineering and Occupational Safety and Health (CEOSH). Ms. Crisler has close to ten years of experience in Clinical/Biomedical Engineering in the hospital environment. In her current role, Ms. Crisler is responsible for providing support and guidance and assistance to VHA Central Office program offices, medical facilities, and VHA regional offices (VISNs) regarding equipment management, alerts, recalls, and incident response, continuing education, medical device safety, capital equipment life cycle management, medical technology advances, professional certification, and professional societies and organizations. Ms. Crisler is also responsible for planning, developing, and implementing a diverse portfolio of products and services to effectively support healthcare technology management professionals across VHA. Shelly is a member of the American College of Clinical Engineering (ACCE) Board, the U.S. Board of Examiners for Clinical Engineering Certification, the AAMI Wireless Strategy Task Force, the ECRI Health Devices Advisory Board, and the Saint Louis University Graduate Advisory Board for Parks College. She received the 2014 AAMI Young Professional Award.