Bachelor of science in nursing, University San Francisco, 1988. MSN, Samuel Merritt College, 1997. Doctor of Philosophy, University California, San Francisco, 2006.
Nurse Alta Bates Hospital, Berkeley, 1988-1991. Home health nurse Kaiser Permanent, Martinez, California, 1992-1994. Manager Contra Costa Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Program, since 1995.
Coordinator Fetal Infant Mortality Review Program, 1998—2007, Medically Vulnerable Infant Program, Martinez, since 2006. Public health nurse Contra Costa County, Martinez, 1989—2002. Manager Public Health Nurse Program, Martinez, since 2002.
Assistant adjunct professor University California San Francisco, since 2009. Instructor university extension University California Davis. 2mem. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome/OID advisory committee National Center on Cultural Competence Georgetown University, 1999—2005.
Consultant California Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Program, Fair Oaks, 1994—1998. Member California Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Advisory Council, Sacramento, since 1996. President Northern California Regional Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Advisory Council, Berkeley, 1993—1998.
Member Contra Costa Immunization Coalition, Martinez, 1996—1997, Childhood Injury Prevention Coalition, Contra Costa County, 1993—1997. Board member Northern Calid. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Alliance, Berkeley, 1997—2001.
Vice president Association Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and Infant Mortality Program, 1998—2002.
Board directors Child Abuse Prevention Council, Contra Costa County, 1994—2000. Member professional education committee Bay Area chapter March of Dimes, since 1999. Member of American Public Health Association, American Nurses Association, Association Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and Infant Mortality Programs (vice president 2000-2002), Chi Eta Phi (Basileus 1997, Omicron Phi chapter, Mable Keaton Staupers scholarship 2002, Basileus 1997), Sigma Theta Tau.
Married Kenneth Lamar Dailey, April 19, 1986. 1 child, Mariana.