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Donald Walter Kemper Edit Profile

Donald Walter Kemper, American health promotion advocate. Member of Idaho Public Health Association, Prospective Medicine Society, National Council Aging, American Society Aging (board directors since 1987), American Public Health Association.

Background

Kemper, Donald Walter was born on April 15, 1946 in Rayne, Louisiana, United States. Son of Walter Rice and Dorothy (Chappius) Kemper.

Education

Educational Studies, Elementary School, University Texas-Austin, 1968. MSIE, Georgia Technology, 1971. Master in Public Health, University California-Berkeley, 1972.

Career

Research analyst Medical College Georgia, Augusta, 1968—1969. Consultant World Health Organization, Cali, Colombia, 1973. Senior engineer United States Public Health Service, Rockville, Maryland, 1974—1976.

Executive director Healthwise, Boise, since 1975. Board directors Gem Health Association, 1976—1980, Idaho Health Systems Agency, 1977—1980. Director health promotion TAC/X, Boise, 1978—1979.

Board directors Idaho Mountain Search & Rescue, 1972—1975, Idaho Consumer Affairs, 1975—1976. Associate editor Medical Self Care, 1980—1987. Media coordinator Physicians Social Responsibility, 1982—1984.

Advisor Boise Council Aging, 1983—1984. Lieutenant United States Public Health Service, 1969-1971.

Membership

Member of Idaho Public Health Association, Prospective Medicine Society, National Council Aging, American Society Aging (board directors since 1987), American Public Health Association.

Connections

Married Karen Katherine Connors, February 17, 1968. Children: Amanda, William, Laurel, T. J.