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Bonnie Kranzer

conservationist , state commission executive

Bonnie Kranzer, American state commission executive, conservationist. Certified American Institute Certified Planners. Recipient environmental merit award Environmental Protection Agency Region 4, Atlanta, 2000; scholar National Science Foundation, 1973, 74; university fellow Southern Illinois University, 1978-1980.

Background

Kranzer, Bonnie was born on October 9, 1952 in Hastings, Michigan, United States. Daughter of Herman Charles and Arlene Marie Kranzer.

Education

Bachelor, Florida State University, 1974. Master of Science, Florida State University, 1977. Doctor of Philosophy, Southern Illinois University, 1988.

Career

Archaeologist Janus Foundation, Mimbres, New Mexico, 1974-1977. Water resource planner Northwest Florida Water Management District, Tallahassee, 1981-1985. Senior government analyst Office of Governor, 1985-1987.

Director program evaluation South Florida Water Management District, West Palm Beach, 1987-1993. Executive director Florida Governor's Commission for Everglades, Fort Myers, since 1994.

Achievements

  • Certified American Institute Certified Planners.

Membership

Secretary Riverside Homeowners Association, Fort Myers, 1998-2000. Member American Planning Association, Association American Geographers, American Water Resources Association, American Institute Certified Planners (certified).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Hiking, swimming, cooking.

Connections

father:
Herman Charles

mother:
Arlene Marie Kranzer