Bachelor, Rutgers University, 1972. Doctor of Philosophy, Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University, 1979.
Economist, Oak Ridge (Tennessee) National Laboratory, 1976-1977; director division economics research, Virginia State Corporation Commission, Richmond, 1977-1981; instructor economics, U. Colorado, Denver, 1984-1986; economist strategic planning, United States West-Mountain Bell, Denver, 1985-1987; from manager external affairs to director federal relations, Bell Atlantic, Washington, 1987-1995; director, Next Level Sys., Washington, since 1995. Advising committee State Department Advisory Committee on International Communications & Information Policy, Washington, since 1997.
Member Federal Communications Bar association.
Married Steven Mark Crafton, May 19, 1974. Children: Matthew, Peter, Alexandra.