Name: Meredith Jackson
Family: Brother, Brent, age 19
Relationship: Single – just broke up with BF because of the move.
Personality: Meredith is friendly and outgoing, always looking for a way to help others and to provide comfort and encouragement to those in need. She is well thought of by her peers and loves life in general, having a sunny disposition at most times.
Her family life was great and though her parents have passed away in the last few years, her brother and her have grown so much closer, her “mothering” skills coming to the forefront of who she is. She is a team player and is very involved in helping and training those below her, always looking out for the little guy.
History: As mentioned above, Meredith grew up in a stable environment where both of her parents were active in her life, encouraging her to be her best, to strive toward the top and to never forget who she was or where she came from. She volunteered at the hospital and became well known because of her ability to cheer up even the most saddened faces. She knew one day she’d be a doctor or a paramedic, loving to work under pressure and wanting so badly to help those that needed it.
She finished high school, graduating at the top of her class and studied at UCLA, getting her degrees necessary to be a paramedic. She graduated at 22 and was hired on a St. Columbia in Los Angeles, working there for two years before being transferred to St. Angelo’s, one of the top hospitals in the U.S. She was a bit sad to leave her friends and extended family, but having lost her parents a few years earlier in a horrible car accident that she helped attend to (unaware until too late), she needed a break.
Her younger brother, Brent decided to* come with her and he enrolled himself in college, hookering it up and spending her money on beer and pizza… which was fine by her. She is more than excited to join the new team of paramedics and hospital staff, she just hopes the situation she’s going into isn’t going to be a bad one.
She’s the replacement for John Lewis, the fallen paramedic from the Chrysler Building devastation.