Associate of Arts in Criminal Justice, Valencia Community College, 1982. Doctor of Systematic Theology (honorary), Interdenominational Theological Seminary and College of Theism, 1990. Student, Love of God Theological Seminary, since 1996.
Account executive, Station WEBB, Baltimore, 1975-1977; liaison coordinator, Baltimore City Jail, 1977-1979; case manager, Health and Rehabilitative Superior vena cava syndrome, Cocoa, Florida, 1980-1988; Chief Executive Officer, Yissakar Ministries, Gainesville, Florida, 1989-1994; Chief Executive Officer, Jabbok Ministries, Gainesville, 1991-1994; Chief Executive Officer, Resurrected Life Ministries, Inc., Sarasota, Florida, since 1994; president, The House of Bavaka (formerly, The House of La E'Shika), Sarasota, since 1992; Chief Executive Officer, Resurrected Life Ministries Inc., since 1994; Chief Executive Officer, HEAT Ministries, 1996. Board directors Jay Ministries, West Palm Beach, Florida, 1993.
Chairperson committee for Aged and Disabled Persons, Gainesville, 1993, Sarasota Employment and Economic Development, 1996. Chairman grant committee Student Advisory Committee of Howard Bishop Middle School, Gainesville, 1993. Candidate City Commissioner District I, Gainesville, 1993, 95.
Member leadership board Sarasota County Coalition for the Homeless, since 1994, member executive board, 1995. Member executive committee Democratic Club, Sarasota, 1994. President, board directors Family Self-Sufficiency Project, Sarasota, since 1994.
Community liasion for Newtown Task Force. Board directors Common Ground Community Association. Member National Coalition Neighborhood Women.
Member National Association of Female Executives, National Coalition of Neighborhood Women, God's Women of Power (president 1993), Gainesville Women's Network, Royal Venice Association, Phi Beta Kappa, Chi Epislon.
Married Osborne Samuel James, Junior, December 20, 1980 (divorced November 1993). Children: Claudia C. Boulware, Richsharia D. Boulware, Kurtson E. Boulware, Curtis R. Boulware II. Married Edward N. Hasan, December 12, 1994.