Meet our team

Dr. Wagner and Officer Soultz put their heads, expertise, concern and hearts together to develop an intuitive approach to bleeding control kits, Rescue in Color.

About the founders

Savahanna Wagner

Savahanna Wagner

Internal Medicine Physician

Dr. Wagner is a physician with 19 years of experience in EMS, disaster medicine, emergency preparedness and training. Beginning as an EMT-B when she was 18 years old, she worked in rural EMS, eventually as an assistant training coordinator where she was responsible for developing new hire, field training and continuing education programs.

After almost a decade providing direct pre-hospital patient care, Dr. Wagner expanded the depth of her reach and became a Crisis and Continuity advisor for the MESH coalition in Indianapolis; an organization responsible for training healthcare providers to effectively respond to emergencies and remain viable through disaster recovery.

Dr. Wagner developed critical policies and training programs that helped ensure effective emergency preparedness. She led the collaboration of healthcare organizations, governmental agencies, and non-governmental organizations through facilitating interdisciplinary mass-casualty training programs all over the state of Indiana.

Now working as a full-time Internist, Dr. Wagner serves on her hospital’s emergency preparedness committee. In addition to her medical degree, she holds Masters degrees in both Biology and Public Health and uses her education to serve this passion.

After the Uvalde tragedy brought school safety to the forefront of our minds yet again, Dr. Wagner knew that she wanted to use her decades of experience and unique skills set to help make schools safer; Rescue in Color was born. 

Meg began her career in public safety as an EMT while completing a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology at DePauw University in Greencastle, IN. During that time, she was also competing as a collegiate athlete for DePauw’s softball team and was recently inducted into the Athletics Hall of Fame for her accomplishments.

She continued her formal education at the IUPUI Purdue School of Science with a Master’s Degree in Biology. Meg has worked as a paramedic at both Putnam County Operation Life and Indianapolis EMS. At present, Meg has 15 years of EMS experience in rural, urban, and suburban environments.

Meg also served as a full time EMS Educator for the Eskenazi Hospital/IU School of Medicine Associate’s Degree program in Paramedic Science teaching anatomy and physiology, pathophysiology, medical emergencies, and trauma. During her time at Indianapolis EMS she was selected as a tactical medic for Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department’s SWAT Team and Bomb Squad. After finding a passion for law enforcement while serving as a tactical medic, Meg transitioned to full time law enforcement at the Carmel Police Department in Carmel, IN.

Meg has a unique perspective having served in roles as both a paramedic and police officer and understands the challenges of teaching medical concepts to civilian first responders.

During her career at Carmel PD, Meg earned a position on the SWAT team and served on the entry element with a specialization in less lethal and gas munitions. She was also honored to serve as a sergeant within the Carmel Police School Resource Unit.

Meg Soultz

Meg Soultz

Tactical Medic / SWAT Entry

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