AB cum laude, Clark College, 1936. Master of Arts, Atlanta University, 1937. Master of Arts, Ohio State University, 1943.
Student, Gregg College, 1944. Master of Divinity, Gammon Theological Seminary, 1954. Student, Hartford Seminary Foundation, 1957.
Student, Garrett-Northwestern University, 1960. Educational Specialist, New York University, 1961. Doctor of Philosophy, Atlanta University, 1970.
Doctor of Education (honorary), Burton College and Seminary, 1963.
Minister Christian education, Antioch Baptist Church, Atlanta, 1953-1962;
associate professor religious education, director field education, Gammon Interdenom. Theological Center, Atlanta, 1954-1964;
associate minister, Emmanuel Baptist Church, Atlanta, 1963-1968;
associate minister, K-Monumental African Methodist Episcopal Church, Stockbridge, Georgia, 1968-1971;
dean of education, Mount Hermon Missionary Baptist Association, Atlanta
pastor, George Memorial Baptist Church of Faith, Atlanta, since 1981. Educator Georgia State University, Atlanta, 1970-1986.
Instructor education department International Association Mins. Wives and Widows, Inc., 1978-1987. Instructor, chaplain Christian Education division Atlanta Baptist Association, since 1984.
President Urban Villa Community and Civic Organization, Atlanta, 1963-1966, 73-74, 76-78. Charter member Presidential Task Force, Washington, 1980. Chair 33d District Representatives, Atlanta, 1984-1987.
Recording secretary National Black Republican Council, Washington, 1987-1989. Vice president Black Republican Council, Atlanta, 1987-1989. Charter member advisory commission Women's Rights National History Park, United States Department of Interior, Seneca Falls, New York, 1982-1987.
Member Young Women’s Christian Association, Atlanta, since 1990, Friends of the Public Library., Atlanta, since 1990. Chaplain Community Savings Club, Atlanta, since 1989. President Friendship Uplifters, Atlanta, 1977-1979.
Fellow: Anglo-American Academy (Cambridge, England). Member National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, American Association Clinical Pastoral Women, American Biographical Institute (honorary, member editorial advisory board), Georgia Mental Health Association, Baptist Ministers Wives and Widows Coterie (president 1960-1962, 72-73), Church Women United (program chair 1966-1967), Societas Docta (charter), Interdenom. Theological Center Alumni Association (president 1988-1990), National Baptist Women Ministers Association (parliamentarian since 1988), National Council Negro Women, Atlanta University Alumni Association (chaplain 1988-1990), The Mayan Order, Alpha Kappa Alpha.
Married Domotory T. George, 1944 (deceased 1969). Children: Faith Olian, Donald Tony.