TuDiabetes Live Interview with Chris and Lorraine Stiehl


Lorraine and Chris Stiehl live in San Diego and have been married for nearly 30 years. They have a long history of providing passionate support for numerous diabetes causes including the Diabetes Hands Foundation (DHF).

Due to his positive attitude and zest for life, Chris has survived 54 years of type 1 diabetes. Chris is a management and marketing strategist who has worked for numerous Fortune 500 companies. For the past 15 years, he and Lorraine have owned their own business, StiehlWorks, and have helped hundreds of corporate and non-profit clients to help assess the “Voice of the Customer.”

Lorraine worked for JDRF for 14 years and currently serves on the JDRF International Board and leads JDRF Advocacy. Lorraine was honored to have been named the 1992 JDRF National Staff Member of the Year and also the 2010 JDRF National Volunteer of the Year. For nearly 13 years Lorraine worked for the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Diabetes Center. She currently serves on the DHF Board of Directors.

Beside DHF and JDRF, Lorraine and Chris have been active volunteers in the Behavioral Diabetes Institute, the diaTribe Foundation, TCOYD, Insulin Dependence, California Institute for Regenerative Medicine and the Sanford Consortium for Regenerative Medicine.
Defying the odds – living with diabetes for more than half a century

Category: Nonprofits & Activism
Uploaded by: Diabetes Hands Foundation
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