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This profile was last updated on 1/14/14  and contains information from public web pages.

Board Member

Phone: (410) ***-****  HQ Phone
Maryland Rural Health Association
P.O. Box 400
Oxford, Maryland 21654
United States

Company Description: MRHA was organized in the early 1990's to improve access to health care for rural Marylanders. MRHA is a non-profit organization whose primary mission is to promote...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Director of State and Local Affairs and Special Assistant To the President
    Johns Hopkins University
  • Manager, Hopkins' Government Affairs Program
    Johns Hopkins Institutions

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Ph.D.
  • Ph.D
6 Total References
Web References
The Maryland Rural Health Association
www.mdruralhealth.org, 14 Jan 2014 [cached]
Annie Kronk
Rural Maryland Council - Executive Board
www.forvm.sailorsite.net, 18 Sept 2010 [cached]
Ms. Annie Kronk, Ph.D. Retire Lobbyist (Johns Hopkins University)
Rural Maryland Council - 2005 Rural Award Winners Announced
www.forvm.sailorsite.net, 1 Jan 2005 [cached]
The Outstanding Rural Volunteer Award was presented to Annie Kronk, Ph.D, who retired in 2001 as The Johns Hopkins University's director of state and local affairs and special assistant to the president, a position she held for nearly 20 years. This award is given to an individual for leadership, dedication, and noteworthy volunteer achievement beyond the call of one's professional duties Since her retirement, Annie spends much of her free time volunteering with the Rural Maryland Council, where she serves as First Vice Chair and Chair of the Health Care Working Committee. She remains active in the Maryland Rural Health Association, where she served on the board of directors for many years, and in numerous civic, church and community organizations. Over the past 18 months, Annie led her colleagues on the RMC's Health Care Working Committee and the Maryland Rural Health Association's Legislative/Policy Committee in researching issues related to Medicare Part D, the new federal prescription drug program and its impacts on Maryland's state pharmacy programs. Two well-received public forums on access and issues in medicines for Marylanders helped focus the health community on changes in state-funded pharmaceutical programs made during the 2005 Legislative Session. In addition, Annie occasionally teaches courses in politics and policy, and regularly consults with higher education organizations and others on educational and rural health policy issues. She has co-authored books and articles, and currently researches, writes, and consults regularly with the Maryland Association of Community Colleges.
Rural Maryland Council - The Council
www.forvm.sailorsite.net, 1 Oct 2008 [cached]
Annie Kronk, Ph.D. spent nearly two decades with the Johns Hopkins Institutions, where she managed Hopkins' government affairs program and served as its registered lobbyist in Annapolis. Now retired, she occasionally teaches courses in politics and policy, and regularly consults with higher education organizations and others on educational and rural health policy issues. She served two terms on the Rural Maryland Council Board and is the former Chair of the RMC Health Care Working Committee. In 2005, she was awarded the Rural Volunteer of the Year Award for her leadership and dedication on behalf of rural Maryland.
The Outstanding Rural Volunteer Award was ...
www.forvm.sailorsite.net, 1 Jan 2005 [cached]
The Outstanding Rural Volunteer Award was presented to Annie Kronk, Ph.D, who retired in 2001 as The Johns Hopkins University's director of state and local affairs and special assistant to the president, a position she held for nearly 20 years.This award is given to an individual for leadership, dedication, and noteworthy volunteer achievement beyond the call of one's professional duties Since her retirement, Annie spends much of her free time volunteering with the Rural Maryland Council, where she serves as First Vice Chair and Chair of the Health Care Working Committee.She remains active in the Maryland Rural Health Association, where she served on the board of directors for many years, and in numerous civic, church and community organizations.Over the past 18 months, Annie led her colleagues on the RMC's Health Care Working Committee and the Maryland Rural Health Association's Legislative/Policy Committee in researching issues related to Medicare Part D, the new federal prescription drug program and its impacts on Maryland's state pharmacy programs.Two well-received public forums on access and issues in medicines for Marylanders helped focus the health community on changes in state-funded pharmaceutical programs made during the 2005 Legislative Session.In addition, Annie occasionally teaches courses in politics and policy, and regularly consults with higher education organizations and others on educational and rural health policy issues.She has co-authored books and articles, and currently researches, writes, and consults regularly with the Maryland Association of Community Colleges.
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