Bachelor of Science, University of Wisconsin, 1968; Master of Arts, University of Wisconsin, 1991; Master of Education, Boston University, 1974.
Executive secretary, Harvard-Radcliffe Hillel Foundation, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1972-1973;
research assistant, Carnegie Council on Children, New Haven, 1974-1975;
project director, Elderly Health Screening Svc., Waterbury, Connecticut, 1975-1977;
planner alcoholism services, North Center Texas Council Governor, Arlington, Texas, 1978;
library, Temple Sinai, Washington, 1978-1980;
reference library Hebraic section, Library. Congress, Washington, 1980-1981;
administrative library, Melton Research Center, Jewish Theological Seminary, New York City, 1983-1984;
library specialist Jewish law, New York University Law Library., New York City, 1984-1990;
library women's studies, University of Wisconsin, Madison, since 1991;
also compiler, web mistress online women's studies, University of Wisconsin, Madison. Consultant Benjamin Cardozo School Law, New York City, 1983.
Advisory board member National.Ctr. Curriculum Transformation Resources on Women Towson State University, Maryland., since 1995.
Task force member Women's Funding Network, Minneapolis, 1994-1996. Participant Jewish Women's Archive, Brookline, Massachusetts, 1997. Member National Havurah Committee, Philadelphia, since 1982.
Member American Library Association, University of Wisconsin -Madison School Library. and Information Studies Alumni Association (president 1996-1997), Association College and Research Libraries, Association Jewish Libraries, National Women's Studies Association, Wisconsin Women Library.
Married Alan J. Weisbard, September 1, 1974. Children: Talya Malka, Ariel Zev.