Bachelor in Mathematics Statistics, Hunter College, New York City, 1943. Master of Arts in Economics, New York University, 1945. Doctor of Philosophy, Columbia University, 1956.
Researcher, portfolio analyst, valuating private companies Hallgarten and Company. New York City, 1958-1961. Vice president Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, New York City, 1961.
Consultant in finance McGraw-Hill Public Company, also consultant editors
Adjunct Professor finance and accounting New York University, 1972, Pace University, 1974-1976, Baruch College, 1972. Distinguished visiting lecturer Rider College.Grad.
School Business, 1983. Director International Schools Services, Incorporated.
President, board directors Cooperative Cumberland House.
Speaker in field Named one of 100 Top Executive Women, Business Week, 1976. Chartered finance analyst.
Member American Finance Association, American Economics Association, International Finance Analysts, Chartered Finance Analysts (director, secretary research and publications committee 1968-1972), Investor Relations assosiation, New York Society Security Analysts (board directors), Columbia University Graduate School Arts & Sciences Alumni (board directors). Consultant economist Image at the Top, 1983.