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Marie-Louise Loland Menikheim Edit Profile

Background

Menikheim, Marie-Louise Loland was born on March 30, 1939 in St. Charles, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Harold John and Inger Astrid (Petersen) Menikheim.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Case Western Reserve University, 1963. Master of Science, Catholic University America, 1968. Postgraduate, University Minnesota, since 1975.

Career

Instructor Southwestern College, San Diego, 1969—1971. With School Nursing University Hawaii, 1971—1972. Lecturer School Nursing University Minnesota, Minneapolis, 1976—1978.

Instructor Metropolitan Commercial College, 1973—1975. Coordinator upper division nursing curriculum Metropolitan State University, St. Paul, 1978—1981, associate dean, 1981—1985. Interim executive director Minnesota Nurses Association, since 1985.

Board directors Neighborhood Involvement Program, Minneapolis, 1974—1977. Member advisory board Normandale Community College, Edina, Minnesota, since 1976. Board directors Contact Twin Cities, since 1979, chairman elect, 1981, chairman, 1982—1983.

Board directors 1st Call Help United Way, 1981.

Membership

Member of National Organization of Women, American Association of University Professors, American Association of University Women, National League Nursing (vice president 1983-1985), Minnesota Nurses Association (director 1981-1985), American Nurses Association, Women's Club.

Connections

Married Douglas Karl Menikheim, November 2, 1963. Children: Maureen, Mary Katherine, Molly.