Director of Western Operations
Jack Rennie is a practicing Advanced Care Paramedic with nearly a decade of experience. His career has brought him all over northern Saskatchewan to various indigenous communities in addition to urban and rural communities as both a Primary Care, and Advanced Care Paramedic.
Jack began his mental health advocacy after receiving the Tema Conter Memorial Trust Scholarship in 2013 while attending SIAST for his Advanced Care Paramedic training. Following that, in 2014 he planned and delivered Saskatchewan’s very first PTSD Awareness Event in Moose Jaw Saskatchewan with the support of his employer and coworkers at Moose Jaw and District EMS.
In 2015 he co-founded the Association of Saskatchewan Paramedics where he volunteered as the Director of Mental Health and Wellness until stepping down in 2019. He was appointed the Saskatchewan Ambassador for the Tema Conter Memorial Trust from 2017-2018 and in 2019 accepted a leadership position at the GAFF as the Director of Western Operations.
In addition to his Paramedic education and experience he holds Certificates in Business and Human Resource Management and a 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training Certification. Jack is the owner/operator of Meadowlark Ranch and Retreat Centre where he and his wife offer programming and support to First Responders and First Nations Youth in Christopher Lake, Saskatchewan.