Warren Wagner is Regional Director for Saskatchewan at Diabetes Canada. Following a career in corporate Canada, Warren made the transition to non-profit when he began working for Diabetes Canada five years ago. He successfully combines his background in business and finance with his passion for fundraising and advocacy for those living with diabetes in Saskatchewan.
Industry Expertise (6)
Areas of Expertise (11)
- Regina Chamber of Commerce : Member
- Saskatchewan Pension Plan : Past Chair
- Saskatoon United Way : Past Campaign Chair
- Kinsmen Telemiracle : Past Chair
- Theatre Calgary : Past Board Member
- Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra : Past Board Member
- Saskatchewan Diabetes Committee : Past Board Member
- CIBC National Aboriginal Banking Committee : Past Board Member
- Royal University Hospital Foundation : Past Board Member
- Regina Queen City Kinsmen : Past President
Media Appearances (4)
Saskatchewan expands vision care for diabetics
Global News online
“Receiving comprehensive annual eye examinations is essential to catch retinal changes as early as possible and ultimately help preserve vision for the more than 90,000 people living with diabetes in the province,” says Warren Wagner, CDA regional direction for Saskatchewan...
CDA presents volunteer awards for southern Saskatchewan
Triangle News online
“The fundraising and awareness efforts of young people like Shelby make an enormous contribution to our work,” says Warren Wagner, regional director, Saskatchewan, CDA. “She is an outstanding role model and the Canadian Diabetes Association is proud to recognize her achievements.”...
What does first-ever Diabetes Charter for Canada mean for Sask.?
Global News online
“If you consider Saskatchewan, we have 90,000 people diagnosed with diabetes today and we hear consistently from these people that their care and the services they provide is not consistent across the province.” said Warren Wagner, regional director for Saskatchewan for the Canadian Diabetes Association...
Screenings part of beating type 2 diabetes
Moose Jaw Times Herald print
Warren Wagner, who represents the Canadian Diabetes Association, echoed Michelson's sentiments. "Unfortunately, having diabetes is like having a house with a bad foundation," he said. "It is the leading precursor to heart and stoke disease, kidney disease, blindness, and the leading cause of non-accidental amputations.