Research analyst for speech and hearing services United States Department Education, Department of Health, Dallas, 1969-1971. Instructor department special education University Arkansas, Little Rock, 1971-1974. Diagnostic audiologist Bailey-Pappas Clinic, 1971-1974.
Rehabilitative audiologist ENT Clinic, 1975-1978. Research associate Ear and Nose-Throat Clinic, 1978-1982, director research and development, 1982-1991, clinic administrator, since 1992. Consultant Arkansas Children's Hospital, Little Rock, since 1989.
Area consultant Arkansas Comprehensive Health Planning Council, 1983-1984. Adjunct clinical professor University Arkansas, Little Rock, since 1978. Consultant, board directors Governor's Council of Hearing Loss, Little Rock, 1980-1984.
Board directors Sertoma Foundation, Little Rock, 1981-1982, Superspeech Foundation, Little Rock, 1980-1984. Vice president board directors Arkansas Board Hearing Aid Dispensers, 1972-1974, president board directors, 1974-1976. Member American Society Medical Audiology (president 1978-1982, Honors award 1982), American Speech/Language and Hearing Association (licensed, Outstanding Clinical Achievement award 1987), Centurions: Deafness Research Foundation, American Academy Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery (associate, National Honors award 1988), A.G. Bell Association for the Deaf, American Academy Audiology, Phi Beta Kappa.