Stela Kraemer-Rosenkranz was born in Dresden, Germany (year unknown) and died in Israel (year unknown). She studied at the social women’s school in Dresden, did practical training at Berlin city council caring for wayward girls and women, and worked for two years as a social worker at the Schocken department stores in Berlin. After her immigration to Palestine in 1933, she worked for one year in a women immigrants' hostel in Haifa, helping to find the girls homes and employment. Afterwards, she spent five years as a social worker in all fields at the Haifa city council welfare department. From 1939 she worked as a social worker with families in Petah Tikva. She spoke Hebrew, English, German, French, and a little Arabic.