The MHA program welcomes Justine Mishek, MHA ‘02. Justine will serve as the lead instructor and coordinate alumni involvement for the Minnesota Problem Solving Method.
Justine continues in a line of faculty instructors for the Problem Solving course including Greg Hart ’76, Associate Professor Sandra Potthoff, John Westerman ’60, Bright Dornblaser ’52, and program founder James A. Hamilton. Problem Solving has a long history of engaging MHA alumni as case faculty advisors.
“The Minnesota Way” of problem solving has been the signature of the MHA degree. It’s a time-tested method taught by a cadre of faculty and alumni volunteers. Full-time MHA students take courses throughout their studies.
Since 2011, Justine has participated as a case faculty advisor and lecturer for the program’s problem solving courses. She will serve as faculty in the full-time program and be accountable for Introduction to Problem Solving, Advanced Problem Solving, and Health Care Strategy & Marketing. Predecessor Greg Hart will continue as instructor alongside Justine.
Justine looks forward to transitioning into this new role. “It’s an honor to have worked alongside Sandy, Greg and the broad spectrum of committed alumni volunteers,” she remarks. “I feel prepared for this next phase of my career and look forward to working with students, alumni and the program.”
Justine brings extensive experience from prior leadership positions across the country in product and business development, and consulting and technology services, at Kaiser Permanente, ECG Management Consultants, Fairview Health Services, and athenaHealth.
Please feel free to contact Justine at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested in discussing the Problem Solving curriculum and/or participating as an alumni volunteer.