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Dianne Lynne Kerr, American health educator. Certified health education specialist. Recipient Ohio Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Service award Ohio Department Health, 1992; grantee Met Life Foundation, 1990, United States Department of Education, 1990.


Kerr, Dianne Lynne was born on June 3, 1955 in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of James Robert Junior and Victoria Kathleen (Falconi) Berglund.


Bachelor of Science, Slippery Rock (Pennsylvania) State College, 1976. Master of Education, Bowling Green (Ohio) State University, 1981. Master of Arts, Ohio State University, 1987.

Doctor of Philosophy, Ohio State University, 1992.


Teacher Villa Maria Academy, Erie, Pennsylvania, 1977-1979. Teaching assistant Bowling Green State University, 1980-1981. Instructor, assistant professor Notre Dame College Ohio, S. Euclid, 1981-1985.

Teaching assistant Ohio State University, Columbus, 1985-1987. Director Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome education project American School Health Association, Kent, Ohio, 1987-1990. Assistant professor health education Kent State University, 1990-1998, associate professor health education, since 1998.

Consultant Aspen Systems Corporation, Rockville, Maryland, 1991-1997.


Expert Review panelist Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, 1988, 90, unites states department of Education, Washington, 1990. Co-chair general public education Human Immunodeficiency Virus Cmty.Planning Group, Akron, Ohio, since 1994. Member American foundation Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Research (education advising committee since 1990, grantee 1989), American School Health Association, American College Pers.

Association, Sex Information and Education Council United States, Association Advancement Health Education.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: photography, collecting antiques, gardening.