Diabetes Canada

Diabetes Canada Diabetes Canada

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About

The Canadian Diabetes Association became Diabetes Canada on February 13, 2017 to shed the light on the diabetes epidemic Canada is facing. It's taking a monumental toll on our health. It's time to do more —much more. Diabetes Canada will be the driving force to build awareness of the disease and its implications, which are often misunderstood. Diabetes Canada will be the national voice for millions of Canadians living with diabetes or prediabetes. End Diabetes is our rallying cry to end the terrible health impacts of diabetes as well as its shame, blame, stigma and misinformation. It's also time to End Diabetes altogether with a cure.

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Sheila Kern

Sheila Kern

Regional Director BC & Yukon

Non-profit organization expert, specializing in communications, fundraising and management

Corporate Communications Marketing Communications Volunteer Management Crisis Communications Public Speaking

Paul Kilbertus

Paul Kilbertus

Senior Manager of Strategic Communication

Paul Kilbertus is Senior Manager of Strategic Communications at Diabetes Canada.

General Diabetes Non-Profit Communications Brand Development Strategic Communications Crisis Communications

Joan King

Joan King

Manager, Outreach and Advocacy

Government Relations and Public Affairs

Media Relations Proposal Writing Strategic Planning Health Advocacy Diabetes Charter for Canada Non Profit Advocacy

Kelly Lambkin

Kelly Lambkin

Manager, Community Engagement and Events for Manitoba

Kelly Lambkin is the Community Engagement and Events Manager for Diabetes Canada in Manitoba.

Volunteer Engagement Strategic Communications Media Relations Social Media Marketing

Terry Lewis

Terry Lewis

Manager, Community Engagement, Atlantic Canada

Manager, Community Engagement, Atlantic Canada

Fundraising Nonprofit Volunteer Management Community Development Charities Government Relations & Public Affairs Diabetes Living With Type 1 Diabetes

Peter Lin

Peter Lin

Director, Primary Care Initiatives

Dr. Peter Lin lectures and speaks throughout the world and maintains two busy family practices in Toronto.

Diabetes Clinical Research Clinical Practice Diabetes and Dementia Cardiology

Lorraine Lipscombe

Lorraine Lipscombe

Endocrinologist

Dr. Lorraine Lipscombe is a scientist at Women's College Research Institute, an endocrinologist at Women's College Hospital

Endocrinology Diabetes Prevention Outcomes of Diabetes Diabetes in Women Endocrine and Metabolic Disorders Gestational Diabetes

Grant Maltman

Grant Maltman

Curator, Banting House National Historic Site of Canada

Grant Maltman is Curator of the Banting House National Historic Site of Canada.

History of Diabetes General Diabetes Museum Curation Sir Frederick Banting

Jonathan McGavock

Jonathan McGavock

Associate Professor and CIHR Applied Health Chair

Dr. McGavock’s research program is focused the prevention and management of type 2 diabetes in youth

Prevention & Management of Type 2 Diabetes Human Physiology Improving Metabolic Control Prevention of Obesity Diabetes in Aboriginal Populations

Scott McRae

Scott McRae

Regional Director, Alberta and NWT

Scott McRae is the Regional Director for Alberta and the Northwest Territories

Diabetes Diabetes in Alberta Diabetes in the Northwest Territories Volunteer Management Fundraising Community Development

Industry Experience (5)

  • Fund-Raising
  • Health and Wellness
  • Health Care - Services
  • Non-Profit/Charitable
  • Research