Bachelor of Science in Biology, Chemistry, Albany State College, Georgia, 1971. Certified in teaching, Albany State College, Georgia, 1975.
Manager domestics Zayres, Decatur, Georgia, 1971-1972, area manager trainee, 1972. Instructor Candler County School System, Metter, 1972-1977. Director UniServ Southeast region Georgia Association Educators, 1977-1984, director field services Decatur, 1984-1986, Atlanta, 1986-1987, director membership organization/field services South Decatur, 1987-1990, director membership and special services, since 1990.
Advisor National Education Association Human Immuno-deficiency virus education and training panel.
Member textbook adoption committee first district Georgia Department Education, Metter, 1980. Volunteer National Council Negro Women, Inc., 1987, Elks Aidmore Children's Center, Conyers, Georgia. Radio ministry announcer Fairfield Baptist Church, Redan, Georgia.
National judge Thats What Friends are For, Dionne Warwick Foundation, 1989. Member National Association of Female Executives, Swarovski Collectors Society, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (education committee 1987-1989), Jackpot Birthday Club (president Atlanta chapter since 1986).