Bachelor of Science, Southern University and Agricultural and Mechanical College, Baton Rouge, 1957. Master of Education in Special Education, Coppin State College, 1975. Master of Arts in Guidance-Psychology, Catholic University America, 1968.
Student, State University of New York, 1978. Student, Georgetown University, 1979. Student, George Washington University, 1980.
Student, University Maryland, 1982. Attending, Temple University, from 1983.
Teacher, administrator Lafayette Parish Public Schools, 1951—1952. Secretary Southern University, Baton Rouge, 1953—1956. Science teacher New Orleans Public Schools, 1956—1958.
Reading-special education teacher Montgomery County Public Schools, Rockville, Maryland, 1958—1964. Assistant principal Washington Public Schools, 1964—1972. Associate professor department criminal justice Coppin State College, Baltimore, from 1972.
President Confidential Counseling Components, Baltimore, 1979—1982. Consultant delinquency prevention KOBAR Management.
Consultant associates, Washington, 1980. Speaker Maryland Commission Women's Speakers Bureau Democratic Candidate for Congress, Maryland 7th district, 1982, 1984. Member of National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (life), Urban League, Maryland Mental Health Counselors Association, American Association Counseling and Development, Maryland Association Teacher Educators, Alpha Kappa Alpha.
Born June 9, 1932