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Elizabeth L. Weihl

NAME
Elizabeth L. Weihl
Of Counsel

EXPERIENCE
Betsy Weihl joined the firm in 1997 following extensive experience in both direct lobbying and grassroots organization in the non-profit sector. Ms. Weihl’s previous positions include Assistant Director of the Michigan Council for Maternal and Child Health; a statewide advocacy organization.  After 23 years with the firm full-time, Betsy transitioned into an of counsel role in August 2020.

PERSONAL
Ms. Weihl has served in numerous appointed and volunteer leadership positions, including Chair of the Medical Services Advisory Council for the Michigan Department of Community Health, and Chair of the Michigan Coalition for Children and Families. Betsy and her husband Jeff live in Holt, Michigan, and have two children, Eva and Stefan.

EDUCATION
Bachelors from Michigan State University.
Masters in Public Administration from Western Michigan University.
Juris Doctorate from Thomas M. Cooley Law School.

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