Bachelor of Fine Arts, Howard University, 1973.
Artist Federal Arts Project, New York City, 1936—1939. Director Powell Art Studio, Washington, District of Columbia, 1966—1969. Art therapist Department Health, 1963—1966.
Therapeutic recreation Department Center Recreation, 1969—1978. Director Tomorrow's World Art, 1973—2004. Former president and member District of Columbia Art Associate, 1974—1998.
Regional art therapist American Art Therapy Association, 1972—2004. Arts festival administrator Tomorrow's World Art Center, 1966—2003.
Member of Women's Caucus for the Arts, National Conference of Artist.
Daughter of George E and Anna Seabrooke. Children: George Wesley, Phyllis A Washington, Richard Victor.