Amber L. Dessellier received her PhD in Public Health with a specialization in Community Health Education at Walden University. She currently serves as a Contributing Faculty member in the College of Health Sciences for the PhD in Public Health program and has worked within Walden University since 2012. Dr. Dessellier is a Certified Health Education Specialist, obtaining the CHES certification in 2015. Professionally, Dr. Dessellier has held various roles within higher education and public health with both community health and college health experience. Dr. Dessellier’s research interests include women’s health, infertility and rural health disparities.
PUBH 8130 - Communications, Marketing, and Public Relations for Public Health Leaders
PUBH 8050 - Global Health and Issues in Disease Prevention
PhD, Walden University
Post-master's Certificate, Walden University
MPH, Walden University
BS, Michigan Technological University
St. Mary's Foodbank, Volunteer - Phoenix
Tempe Parks & Recreation, Volunteer - Tempe
Arizona Amateur Hockey Association, Volunteer - Gilbert
Awards / Honors
Iron Man Award, Walden University, 2020
Noninated for: Ann Raynor Support Service Award, Walden University, 2019
Emerging Leader, Walden University, 2013
Dessellier, A., Barnett, S. L. (2020). Health literacy, availability, and the need for educational resources on infertility.
Dessellier, A. (2011). Late night alcohol free programs: Example application, guidelines, and funding rubric. . American College Health Association