Bachelor of Science, Empire State College. Doctorate (honorary), Clark Atlanta University, 1989.
Entered print communications industry, 1960-1962; assistant general manager radio station, WWRL, New York City, 1964-1968; corporation coordinator, liason director, WWRL, New York City, 1968-1972; vice president, Howard Sanders Advertising, Inc., New York City, 1972-1979; corporation vice president, Inner City Broadcasting Corporation, New York City, 1973-1979; corporation general manager, Inner City Broadcasting Corporation, New York City, 1979; owner, Station WGTW-television, Philadelphia, since 1979. Lecturer, speaker business, economics development, affirmative action, committee, women's rights, religious and human issues throughout country. Panelist business and committee United States Congress, 1995.
Children: Edward, Daniel.