Margaret Anne Diekemper, American community health nurse. Recipient Excellence in Nursing award St. Louis University Alumnae Association, 1987. Co-chair St. Louis Lead Poisoning Prevention Council, 1994, 95; advisory board chairperson Immigrant Health Project. Member American Nurses Association, American Public Health Association, Missouri Nurses Association (Nurse of Year District 3 1995), Sigma Theta Tau.
Staff nurse University Oregon Health Sciences Center, Portland, 1972-1974, Cardinal Glenn Hospital, St. Louis, 1974-1975. Home health nurse Visiting Nurses Association Portland, 1975-1979, Madison (Wisconsin) Visiting Nurses Association, 1979-1980, Spokane (Washington) Visiting Nurses Association, 1980, Cardinal Ritter Institute, St. Louis, 1980-1981. Public health nurse, coordinator Family Care Center, 1981-1986, Thailand Refugee Camp, St. Louis, 1983-1984.
Coordinator high-risk infant program St. Louis Regional Maternal and Child Health Council, 1986-1989. Perinatal outreach coordinator St. Louis Children's Hospital, 1989-1991. Health services coordinator Family Care Center Carondelet, St. Louis, 1991-1993.
Adjunct clinical instructor Maryville University, 1993-1994, assistant professor nursing, since 1994. Member nurses committee St. Louis March of Dimes, 1986-1989. Officer Health Care is a Human Right Coalition, St. Louis, since 1985.