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Mary Denise Weick Brady, American Nurse. Avocations: skiing, camping, reading, softball, scuba diving, traveling F C. Grantee World Health Organization, Quito, Ecuador, 1984, March of Dimes, 1989; recipient Biden-Pell award, 1989, Outstanding Nurse of the Year award, Public Health Svc., 1992. Assistant coordinator Returned Peace Corps Volumes, Washington, 1986-1990, member of national county, 1986-1990. Member APHA, ANA, Smithsonian Institute.


Brady, Mary Denise Weick was born on February 12, 1959 in Lake City, Minnesota, United States. Daughter of Harold E. and Dorothy E. Weick.


Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Augustana College, 1981. Master of Science in Nursing, George Mason University, 1989.


Staff nurse Mayo Clinic, Methodist Hospital, Rochester, Minnesota, 1981-1982;public health nurse, Peace Corps, Bolivar Province., Ecuador, 1982-1984;clinical supervisor nursing, The Washington Home & Hospice, 1985-1986;community health nurse, District of Columbia Government Department Human Services, Washington, 1986-1990;community health nurse, Visiting Nurse Association Northern Virginia, 1988-1994;nurse consultant, Food and Drug Administration, Washington, since 1990. Speaker on nursing Peace Corps, Washington, 1987. Speaker City-Wide Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Educators, Washington, 1987.

Translator Spanish International CouncilNurse Researchers, Washington, 1987.


Assistant coordinator Returned Peace Corps Volumes, Washington, 1986-1990, member national council, 1986-1990. Member American Public Health Association, American Nurses Association, Smithsonian Institute.


  • Other Interests

    Skiing, camping, reading, softball, scuba diving, travel.


Married Kenneth Brady.