Began teaching, 1916. With the Young Women's Christian Association Central Committee, Denver, 1920-1921. Assistant director, bureau attendance Denver Public Schools, 1921-1926.
Faculty member U. Washington, 1927-1931. Member of faculty, assistant director, division social work, U. Pittsburgh, 1932-1938, member of faculty school social work, 1941-1951. Executive secretary American Association Schools Social Work, 1938-1941.
Professor social economy, director graduate department Bryn Mawr (Pennsylvania) College since 1951.
Author: The Young Cripple and His Job (social service monograph), 1928. Public Relief in Washington, 1853-1933 (with John Rademaker), 1934. The Migratory Worker and Family Life, 1937.
Editor, co-author: Education for the Public Social Services, 1941. Editor Social Service Series, Houghton-Mifflin Company.
Born July 31, 1895