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Dena Ali is a captain with the Raleigh (NC) Fire Department and
intermediate with Wake County EMS. Prior to becoming a firefighter,
she served five years as a police officer in North Carolina. Ali has
a degree from North Carolina State University. She is a graduate
student at UNCP, and her research focuses on firefighter suicide. Ali
taught her class on suicide prevention at FDIC International 2017.
She is an avid cyclist and founding member of the Carolina Brotherhood. Ali also serves as an advocate for 555fitness.