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Lynada D. Johnson

Lynada D. Johnson, American community health nurse. Registered Nurse, Maryland. Recipient first Rosalie Abrams Legislation Leadership award. Member American Nurses Association (Congressional District coordinator), Maryland Nurses Association (policy action committee chair, president), Maryland Public Health Association (board directors).

Background

Johnson, Lynada D. was born on June 22, 1940 in Lindsborg, Kansas, United States. Daughter of Amos E. and Ada Sophia (Danielson) Dahlsten.

Education

Diploma in nursing, Trinity Lutheran Hospital, 1962. Bachelor of science in nursing, Marycrest College, 1969. Master in Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, 1979.

Master of Science, University Maryland, 1982.

Career

Regional director Visiting Nurse Association, Baltimore. Assistant project director, Montrose University Maryland. Assistant professor Bowie (Maryland) State University.

Nursing consultant, Department Public Health and Mental Hygiene State of Maryland, Baltimore.

Membership

Member American Nurses Association (Congressional District coordinator), Maryland Nurses Association (policy action committee chair, president), Maryland Public Health Association (board directors).

Connections

Married David E. Johnson, June 12, 1963. Children: Bengt, Timothy.