Pauline Annette Kliewer
Pauline Annette Kliewer, American nursing educator, administrator. Scholar, University Washington, 1985; Crown Zellerbach Corporation Research grantee, 1969. Member of California Association Services Home (quality assurance committee), Nursing Leadership Council.
Kliewer, Pauline Annette was born on January 1, 1939 in Tofield, Alabama, United States. Arrived in United States, 1967. Daughter of Franz Abram and Helena (Konrad) Peters.
Bachelor of science in nursing, University British Columbia, 1961. Bachelor of Religious Education, Mennonite Brethren Bible College, Winnipeg, Manitoba, 1963. Master of Arts, University Washington, 1969.
Doctor of Philosophy in Speech Communication, University Washington, 1986.
Staff nurse Vancouver General Hospital, 1960—1961. Visiting nurse Victorian Order Nurses, Winnipeg, 1962—1963. Professor English Osaka Women's University, Japan, 1964—1967.
Nursing supervisor Snohomish County Health Department, Everett, Washington, 1970—1971. Instructor nursing Everett Community College, 1974—1986, director curriculum project nursing division, 1983—1986. Assistant professor Pacific Lutheran University, 1986—1987.
Associate professor California State University, Fresno, 1987—1989, professor, chair nursing department, 1989—1992. Executive director, health communications consultant California Strategic Planning Committee Nursing, 1992—1994. Supervisor St. Agnes Home Health, 1994—1995.
Vice president Premier Health Services, since 1995. Consultant nursing curriculum Fresno Pacific College, California, 1980—1981.
Member of California Association Services Home (quality assurance committee), Nursing Leadership Council.
Married Henry Kliewer, August 24, 1968. Children: John Richard, Laura Jean.
Franz Abram Peters
Helena (Konrad) Peters
John Richard Kliewer
Laura Jean Kliewer