Bachelor with honors, Brandeis University, 1969. Master of Science, Stanford University, 1971. Postgraduate, University California, Davis, 1979.
Engineer DCA Reliability, Sunnyvale, California. Firmware engineer ISS/Sperry-Univac, Cupertino, 1979-1981. Hardware engineer Hewlett-Packard, 1981-1986, software engineer, 1986-1995.
Independent consultant, trainer and diversity coach self employed, Menlo Park, California, since 1995.
Board directors San Francisco Bay council Girl Scouts United States of America, 1988—1995, troop leader, 1972—2003. Trainer San Francisco Bay council Girls Scouts United States of America, since 1982, subchair capital campaign, 1997—1998. Founding member Silicon Valley Partnership, 1999, co-chair, 2001—2002, 2005—2006.
Member-at-large Jewish Community Relations Council, San Francisco area, 2000—2007. Board directors Keddem Congregation, since 2002, 1st vice president, 2006—2008, president, 2008—2010. Fellow: Society Women Engineers (chair Santa Clara Valley section diversity committee 1996—2006, chair national Girl Scout committee 2000-2009, member national multicultural committee since 2000, leadership coach since 2003, national nominating committee 2008-2010, SWE Bylaws committee since 2010, Distinguished Service award 2007, Rog A Service award 2009).
Member: California State Association Parliamentarians (bylaw committee member since 2009, Zeta unit president 2010, Pacific Region assistant director since 2010), National Association Parliamentarians, National Field Archery Association (certified basic archery instructor 2004), King's Mountain Archery Club (staff instructor since 2004).
Married Nicholas A. Corsano, September 4, 1971.