Steven B. Wagman ’82 is the vice president of the Penn State Alumni Association. Wagman was elected to Alumni Council in 2012 and served on the Membership and Diversity and Inclusion committees. He then became chair of the D&I Committee and was appointed to Alumni Council’s Executive Board in 2013.
Wagman’s term as vice president runs through June 30, 2017, after which he will succeed Kevin Steele ’92g to become the 80th president of the Alumni Association.
Professionally, Wagman is the national healthcare business leader for Siemens Industry - Building Technologies, with an emphasis on building performance and sustainability. This comes following a one-year retirement after concluding a 33-year career with Siemens Healthcare in June 2015, serving as a vice president within the division and also as chair of its Diversity and Inclusion Council. He also served as Siemens USA corporate relationship executive to Penn State.
Wagman’s volunteer work with Penn State began more than 25 years ago, serving as a guest lecturer and later as a student mentor within the College of Health and Human Development. In 2009, Wagman was appointed to the Advisory Board for Penn State’s Center for Integrated Healthcare Delivery Systems for the colleges of Engineering, Health and Human Development, Information Sciences and Technology, Nursing, and Medicine. He also serves as an Alumni Admissions Volunteer in Southeastern Pennsylvania.
He is a past executive board member for the College of Health and Human Development Alumni Society, servng two elected terms. Additionally, Wagman has served as the chair of the affiliate program presidents group for APGs in that same college.
Through his volunteer work for the Office of University Development, Wagman has been a member of the Corporate Campaign Advisory Committee since 2008 and has served as chair of the committee since 2014. He also is a proud member of the President’s Club, Golden Lion Society and Nittany Lion Club.
Wagman received a bachelor’s degree from Penn State’s College of Health and Human Development. He lives in Blue Bell, Pa. with his wife Ellen ’81, also a graduate of the College of Health and Human Development. They have two children.