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Juno-Ann Krohn Clarke

Juno-Ann Krohn Clarke, American nutrition educator. Registered dietitian; Registered Nurse California. Ida Hyde postdoctoral fellow American Association of University Women, 1970-1971.


Clarke, Juno-Ann Krohn was born on March 3, 1935 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Daughter of Bernhard Jorgsen and Bertha (Van Schellen) K.


Bachelor of Science in Dietetics, Michigan State University, 1956. Master of Science in Food Science, University California, Berkeley, 1960. Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Nutrition, University California, Berkeley, 1969.

Associate of Arts in Nursing, Merritt College, 1987.


Instructor, Bakersfield (California) College, 1959-1960;professor, San Francisco State University, since 1960. Consultant United States Agency for International Development, Liberia, 1969, Afghanistan, 1971, American Technology Assistance Corporation, Pakistan and Bangladesh, 1971, Ministry of Education, Kuwait, 1980-1982, Hospital de la Familia, Guatemala, 1984, 93. Head task force for specialist in gerontology, Gerontology Practice Group, 1991-1993.


Leader Girl Scouts American, Piedmont, California, 1988-1990. Member American Dietetic Association (delegate 1968-1970, Mead Johnson fellow 1959, Mary Schwartz Rose fellow 1969), California Dietetic Association (treasurer 1994-1996, Graduate fellow 1968), Bay Area Dietetic Association (education chair 1965-1967, president 1968), Dietetic Educators Practitioners (treasurer 1987-1989, area 1 representative 1985-1987).


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: flying, cross-country skiing, travel, ecology, singing in church choir.


Children: Ceres Aleida Yueh-Mei, Freya Inga Grayce.