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Karen Rohr's Biography

Office: State House (ND) - District 31, Republican

Contact Information


State Capitol, 600 East Boulevard
Bismarck, ND 58505-0360

1704 Fourth Street Northeast
Mandan, ND 58554-3814

Full Name:

Karen M. Rohr




3 Children

Birth Place:

Mandan, ND

Home City:

Mandan, ND

BS, Nursing, University of Mary

MSN, Nursing/Family Nurse Practitioner/Nursing Administration/Management, University of Mary

PhD, Nursing Research and Education, University of North Dakota, 2003-2006

Certified, Family Nurse Practitioner, American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), 1996

Certified, Nurse Executive, Advanced, American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), 1987

Representative, North Dakota State Assembly, 2010-present

Former Delegate, Republican Convention

Candidate, North Dakota State House of Representatives, District 31, 2018

Former Member, Education Committee, North Dakota State House of Representatives

Director of Bioethics and Faculty Formation, University of Mary, 2014-present

Former Project Coordinator, Infant Apnea Monitoring and Developing Potential Program, Rosebud Reservation

Former Project Coordinator, Infant Apnea Monitoring and Developing Potential Program, Standing Rock Reservation

Nurse Practitioner, Marillac Manor Wellness Center for the Elderly

Former Operations Director, Medcenter One

Former Family Nurse Practitioner, Various Rural Health Clinics

Interim Assistant Vice President of Academic Affairs, University of Mary, 2015-2016

Adjunct Faculty, Sanford College of Nursing, 2006-2014

Bioethics/Clinical Research Director, Sanford Health Bismark, 2005-2014

Adjunct Faculty, University of Mary, 2011-2014

Fellow, Post Doctoral Fellowship, Biomedical Informatics Fellowship, Marine Biology Lab at Woods Hole, Massachusettes, 2013

Fellow, American Association of Nurse Practitioners, 2012

Participant, Henry Toll Fellowship Program, Council of State Governments National Leadership Center, 2012

Fellow, Bowhay Institute for Legislative Leadership Development, LaFollette School of Public Affairs, University of Wisconsin Madison, 2011

Volunteer, Medical Mission to Quetzaltenago (Xela), Guatemala, Central America, 2009

On-Line Nursing Instructor, University of North Dakota, 2009

Member, Bismarck Art and Gallery Association

Member, Bismarck-Mandan Symphony

Member, Citizens for Responsible Government

Member, North Dakota Policy Council

Member, North Dakota Taxpayers Association

Eucharistic Minister, Spirit of Life Catholic Church

Member, University of North Dakota Alumni Association

Member, University of North Dakota Hockey Booster Club

Member, Women Investing in the Future Club

Member, Mandan Hockey Club, 1990-2006

Member, Suicide Prevention Task Force, 1998

Confirmation Leader, Saint Joseph's Church, 1993-1997

Member, High School Health Careers Advisory Board, 1993, 1994

Parent Advisor, "Just Say No", 1993, 1994

Member, United Way Softball Tournament, 1992-1994

Judge, Annual State Career Development Conference of the North Dakota Association of Distributive Education Clubs of America, 1991