Party affiliation: Democrat
College, 1901-1903; professor domestic science, same, 1903-1908. Professor home economics, Purdue University, 1908-1912. Dean home economics and professor domestic science, Oregon Agricultural College, 1912-1915.
Specialist in home economics, United States Bureau Education, 1915-1922. Director of home economics, Philadelphia public schools, 1922-1936. Lecturer at National Education Association Chautauquas, farmers’ insts., etc.