Ms. Weissert joined the MSU Division of Public Health in 2014 as an advisor after several years as coordinator of Academic Support Services at Baker College of Flint. There she supervised a team of both general and program advisors along with academic counselors. Ms. Weissert developed materials for supplemental instruction and created both video and face-to-face training modules for faculty and staff. She also served as a member of the Academic Quality Improvement Program.  

Prior to that, at the University of Michigan-Flint, Ms. Weissert was an adjunct instructor, teaching Introduction to Health Careers within the School of Health Professions & Studies.  She also coordinated the program Building Careers in Health Care, which she developed and implemented with student-participants from the Genesee Area Skill Center.  Ms. Weissert also served as a liaison between the university, the Skill Center, and the greater community.  

During her graduate program in Social Work at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Ms. Weissert was a graduate student instructor, teaching Perspectives on Health and Health Care 1 and 2.  

Ms. Weissert is responsible for advising students pursing the Master of Public Health (MPH) as well as MPH students dually enrolled in the following programs: Medical Doctor, Doctor of Osteopathy, and Master of Social Work.



Master of Social Work, Community Organization/Community & Social Systems, 2007
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, 2001
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI