Associate of Arts, Marymount University, 1970. Bachelor, Lynchburg College, 1972.
Director arts, City of Lynchburg (Virginia), 1972-1973;
administrative assistant to director, Virginia State Water Control Board, Richmond, 1973-1976;
teacher art, St. Mary's School, Richmond, 1974-1976;
manager, buyers assistant, Hecht's (formerly Miller and Rhoad's Corporation), 1976-1977;
division store manager, Hecht's (formerly Miller and Rhoad's Corporation), 1976-1979;
manager, Dunhill Temps., Inc., Richmond, 1979-1984;
freelance artist,, since 1984. Publicity consultant Trinity History House Tour, Little Washington, Virginia, 1992%. Member Christmas Decorating committee Belle Grove Plantation, Middletowqn, Virginia, 1992.
Lecturer in field, public speaker.
Board directors Richmond Urban League, 1980-1984, Lynchburg Public Works, 1973. Board directors American Heart Association, Gochland County, Virginia, 1990-1991, community chairman Manakin Sabot, Virginia, 1987-1990. Volunteer radio broadcaster weekly program for blind The Virginia Voice, 1980-1987.
History chairman Republican Women's Club, Gochland County, 1989-1990, 3d vice president, 1987-1989. Arts council delegate Catholic Parochial Schools, Richmond, 1974-1977. Vice president Blue Ridge Arts Council, since 1994, board directors, since 1993.
Member Shenandoah Valley Artists Association, Shenandoah Valley Writer's Guild, Front Royal Chamber of Commerce, Business and Professional Women, Women of Washington (charter), Older Women's League (delegate to White House), Garden Club Warren County (correspondent secretary, flower chairman History Garden Week in Virginia), Thomas Jefferson Garden Club (board directors 1989-1991), Ibebana (1st vice president 1990-1991, Second vice president 1989-1990, board directors 1989-1991, planning board 1987-1990).