Schieloh Wolfe is the new Training and Implementation Specialist for Operation Family Caregiver, RCI's military caregiver support program. Schieloh is originally from Palm Beach, Florida, and came to Georgia by way of the military. Schieloh served seven years in the Army on active duty in the infantry as a squad leader, survival & combat tracking instructor and a battle-mind specialist (suicide intervention). He has continued his military service in the Army National Guard where he is currently an intelligence analyst.
Upon leaving active duty, Schieloh then went on to work as a police officer with the Columbus Police Department as a CIT officer (Crisis Intervention Team). Recognizing the need and value of a good interventionist, Schieloh decided to expand on his training and education in Forensic psychology concentrating on crisis intervention/negotiation. Schieloh left the police department and became a caregiver interventionist with the RCI REACH program at Phoebe Sumter Medical Center to help caregivers whose loved ones suffer from dementia.
Schieloh enjoys hockey, gardening, woodwork, and is also a scuba diving instructor (PADI). He volunteers with the Sumter County Fire Department as an underwater criminal investigator and as a search and recovery diver.