Student, L'Ecole des Artes Municipale, Paris, 1951. Student, Westhampton College/U. Richmond, 1951—1953. Bachelor, University Alabama, 1955.
Photographer's assistant, Scott, Demott & Perry, Montgomery, Alabama, 1951;
art director, WCOV-television, Montgomery, 1955;
self-employed graphic designer, Dallas, 1956-1964;
self-employed designer, Alexandria, Virginia, 1965-1971;
restoration chairman, White House Association Alabama, Montgomery, 1973-1976;
1st vice regent, White House Association Alabama, Montgomery, 1976-1980;
regent, White House Association Alabama, Montgomery, since 1980. Co-founder Friends of Stratford Hall for Northern Virginia, Alexandria, late 1960s. Docent chairman Lee's Boyhood Home, Alexandria, late 1960s.
Board directors Landmarks Foundation, Montgomery, 1971-1975. Advisor Conde Charlotte House, Mobile, Alabama, 1994-1995.
Board of directors English Speaking Union, Montgomery, 1980-1983. Member National Society Colonial Dames in American (history properties committee 1994-1995, state board of managers since 1998, center vice chair 1998), Antiquarian Society (pres.1981-1982), Sojourners Literature Club (past president), United Daus. of the Confederacy (Jefferson Davis award, Winnie Davis award), American Society Most venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem (associate officer sister 1995), Sovereign Military Order Temple of Jerusalem (aumoniere 1995, dame commander 1996), Militi Templi Scotia (dame 1993), Daus. of Barons Runnymede, National Society Magna Carta Dames, Society descendants of Colonial Clergy, Kappa Delta.
Married John Hawkins Napier III, September 11, 1964.