Bachelor of Arts in American Studies, Smith College, 1960.
Assistant director vols. Museum of Science, Boston, 1960-1962. Instructor Pakistani-American Cultural Center, Karachi, 1966-1968.
Director Women's Lobby Women and Health Project, Washington, 1974-1976. Legislation director National Consumers League, 1977-1978. Washington representative Population Resource Center and Population Association American, 1978-1983.
Director constituency development John Glenn Presidential Committee, Inc., Washington, 1983-1984. Vice president public affairs March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation, 1985-1990. Director public policy American Foundation for Acuired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Research (AmFAR), 1991—1992.
Public affairs specialist Population Association American, Association Population Centers, 1992—2004. Representative Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, Washington, since 2000. Consultant, fundraiser for population and environmental concerns, 1984-1985.
Consultant office of consumer affairs Department Health, Education and Welfare, Washington, 1978, Center for Displaced Homemakers, Baltimore, 1976.
Past board directors Coalition for Health Funding, Washington, Alliance Non-Profit Mailers, Washington. Member pediatrics advisory panel United States Pharmacopeial Convention, Inc., Washington. Member Women in Government Relations.
Children: Elisabeth Bayley Clark, Carter Harrison Clark.