TCAG Professionals

Sarah McEntee, Account Executive

Sarah's portraitSarah McEntee serves as executive director for the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services (CAAS).

In recent years, Sarah has provided project management and consultation services to EMS agencies throughout the United States, including serving as a CAAS site reviewer and team leader. She acts as the spokesperson for CAAS with allied organizations, government agencies, and the media. Sarah also represents the interests of the accredited agencies and oversees membership services.

Sarah is a graduate of Daniel Webster College in Nashua, New Hampshire, with a bachelor’s degree in organizational management. Her related courses included human resource management, strategic management, and inter-personal communication. She also focused on group interaction and executive leadership. She has been an active medic since 1989.


Marina Anyetei, Accountant

Marina AnyeteiMarina (Mina) Anyetei has an accounting degree from the University of the East, Manila, Philippines, and has more than 20 years of private sector and not-for-profit accounting experience.

Mina manages the day-to-day financial affairs for all TCAG client associations. These functions include preparing annual budgets, financial statements and payroll tax returns, reconciling bank statements, managing receivables, payables, cash flow and serves as the bank liaison on all banking activities. Additionally, she coordinates with the Information Technology Department regarding the integration of all on-line banking accounts and handles supplementary special projects.



Janice Wangman, Membership Administrator

Janice Wangman HeadshotJanice Wangman has worked in the association management field since 1972. Janice earned a bachelors degree in nursing from Cornell University and worked as a registered nurse prior to entering the association management industry. Janice has over twenty-five years experience in membership and meeting administration.

She takes a personal interest in ensuring that membership records are current and is willing to “go the extra mile”. She strongly endorses the philosophy of personalized service.

At the annual meeting of the Association for Corporate Growth in 2000, Janice was honored for her special contribution to the association and, in particular, for her work on all the association’s annual meetings during the 1990’s. Five ACG annual meeting chairmen joined in presenting the award to her.