Meet the ENSA Team!


Rob Siegel
Executive Director

Rob Siegel has over 21 years of hands-on training and skills-development experience as a Work-at-Height professional. Rob got started in this industry when he experienced what can happen when working at height without proper rescue training can lead to a life-changing event. While on a job-site, Rob witnessed a friend and worker fall from a suspended platform to his death. As a result, Rob committed his personal work and life goals to providing worker safety that will bring the worker and friend home safely.

If he had to change his name, he’d change it to Robel Arile. He says that’s his Jedi name!


Nick Jones
Training Program Manager

Work at height has been a focus of his since the early days as a child, from alpine mountaineering and big wall adventures to amazing industrial structures. Nick’s passion for heights is matched only by his passion for surrounding himself with amazing people who all share like-minded passions.


Maureen Solenberg
Operations Manager 

Maureen is an experienced project manager with a background in client relationship management, customer service, and process development. Maureen strongly believes in continuing education and has spent the last two years working towards her bachelor’s degree in business management. You can find her on the weekend enjoying house projects and time outside with her husband, son and pup. Fun fact: She can make balloon animals!


Danielle Greiman – Training Coordinator 
Dephnie McGill-Brandon – Training Coordinator
Amanda Theurich – Customer Service / Certificate Admin


Mike Solenberg
Equipment Coordinator

Mike Solenberg rejoins the ENSA team as the equipment coordinator. He comes to us with 10+ years of experience with ENSA’s parent company, Mallory Safety and Supply. He has held such roles as warehouse manager, customer service, and kit builder. He’s always looking for new challenges and has started to explore the world of computer programming. His greatest passion is spending time with his family and rooting for the Seahawks!


Kate Jackson
Project Coordinator

Kate has over 15 years of experience working in executive administration and project management in Los Angeles, New York, and Austin. She loves cultivating relationships with clients and helping to make things as easy as possible for them. In her personal time, Kate likes to explore off the beaten path and has done two five-month solo road trips through America and backpacked through Southeast Asia. Getting outdoors to explore is one of her top priorities.


Sly Perez 
Facility Tech / Instructor




Steve Brown 
Chief Instructor

Steve’s been climbing rock, ice, and man made structures for 43 years! He’s been a SPRAT Level 3 for 7 years. Steve lives in a small community in NE Oregon. He absolutely loves teaching, climbing, shooting traditional archery, disc golfing, and being a grand dad, among many other things.


April Vollm

April has a varied background, which includes time in the Air Force as a loadmaster on a C-130 cargo aircraft and as a performer with Air Force Entertainment (“Troops Entertaining Troops”). After she left the Air Force, she continued her work in performing, touring with Ringling Bros. as a clown, where she first became interested in aerial arts. This led to the national tour of her one-woman show, entertaining kids and encouraging them to move and exercise with the use of juggling, jump roping, and aerial acrobatics. Most recently, she challenged herself as a tower climber, working to install home internet systems, LTE, and UTMS.


Angie Lucht

Angie is a Colorado native. She was in Mountain Rescue for 11 years while working for PMI. She is a SPRAT III & worked in the field as a Rope Tech and rigger for 10 years, until taking her passion for safety and rigging into the training world. 


Eric McGill

Eric joined the ENSA team with over 10 years of field experience working at heights.  Early on in his career Eric experienced a coworker falling while on the job and had to perform a recovery.  The coworker passed away as a result of the injuries sustained during the fall. Eric’s commitment to safety and rescue training has been his number one priority since that day. 

Eric lives on a small homestead in NW Iowa with his wife, 3 children, and a pack of jack russell terriers.  He enjoys pursuing sustainable living, traveling with his family, and using his technical skills and faith to serve people living in impoverished nations.


Sarah Lang-Rodean

Sarah lives in Mystic, CT with her husband Mike and our three dogs; Rocko, Sophie and Zoey. She played collegiate volleyball and graduated from Springfield College with a bachelor’s degree in Applied Exercise Science. After working in the fitness industry for over 10 years as a personal trainer.

Looking for a new challenge and purpose in her career, she was given the opportunity to join the ENSA team to teach others practical awareness and preparation when working or performing rescue at height. She enjoys teaching and having the opportunity to meet and work with people from all around the country.


Siobhan Gee

Siobhan began her work-at-height career in the entertainment industry as a rigger. She’s rigged in arenas, amphitheaters, theaters, sound stages, and even the mouth of a volcano! She’s also been a World of Color maintenance technician at the Disneyland Resort. When not immersed in rigging, rescue, and safety, Siobhan enjoys weight-lifting, nutrition, traveling, podcasting, and trying new experiences.