Bachelor, Syracuse University, 1956; Master of Social Work, Columbia University, 1958; postgraduate, Fashion Institute Technology, 1964-1966; postgraduate, Art Students League, 1973-1976.
Social worker, Pleasantville (New York) Cottage School, 1958-1962; consultant to United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund, United Nations, Bangkok, Thailand, 1963; supervisor volunteer program, Henry St. Settlement, New York City, 1964-1966; director community development program, Anti Poverty Funding, New York City, 1966-1968; supervising director, assistant vice president, consultant, Division Homemaker, Home Health Care, G.H.I., Inc., New York City, 1969-1978.
Recipient second place award Brookhaven Arts and Humanities Council, 1997, 98. Member South Fork Craft Association, Southampton Artists Association (board directors 1990-1996, finance director 1992-1993, president 1994, Award of Excellence in Watercolor, 1994, 95, 96, Award of Merit in Watercolor 1993), Palm Beach Watercolor Society, Armory Art Center Florida.
Married Richard Gamage, May 14, 1966 (divorced March 1975). Married Joseph E. Krois Junior, June 17, 1978.