Marianne Kraemer, RN, MPA, M. Ed., CENP, CCRN-K, has over 40 years of experience as a nurse. Marianne earned a BSN from Widener University, Masters Public Administration (MPA) – Health Care Policy from Rutgers University, and a Master’s in Education (M. Ed.) in Organizational Dynamics. She previously worked in post-open heart critical care, and has experience in infection prevention and control, cardio-pulmonary, medical ethics, quality improvement, as well as equity, diversity and inclusion. Marianne previously served as a Chief Nursing Officer and an Assistant Vice President in Quality and Safety.
In her prior work, she was integral in committees to reduce mortality due to sepsis, whether it was present on admission or hospital-acquired. She has lectured nationally on the importance of sepsis and antibiotic stewardship. In 2020, she spoke about early recognition of hospital acquired sepsis for a Sepsis Alliance webinar. Marianne also served as Clinical Faculty for the New Jersey Antimicrobial Stewardship Learning Action Collaborative. She is a passionate advocate for the role of nursing in sepsis and antibiotic stewardship.
Marianne is an active volunteer in her community on topics such as suicide and crisis, the environment, and the socially disadvantaged, amongst other interests. She enjoys the company of her family and her golden retriever.