Associate of Arts, Brooklyn College, 1958; student, Art Career School, New York City, 1960; certified, Hunter College, 1965; certified, CPU Institute Data Processing, 1967; student, Chineses Cultural Center, New York City, 1973; honorary certificates, St. Labre School/St. Joseph's, Indiana School, Montana, 1990.
Administrator Baruch College, New York City, 1959-1985. Substitute mathematics department Baruch College, 1983-1985. Marketing researcher 1st Presbyterian Arts and Crafts Shop, Jamaica, New York, 1986-1996.
Tutor in art St. John's University, Jamaica, 1986-1996. Founder, curator International Art Gallery, Queens, New York, since 1991.
Volunteer reading teacher Mabel Dean Vocational High School, New York City, 1965-1967. Political action committee district council 37, New York City, 1973-1977. Negotiating team administrative contracts, New York City, 1975-1978.
Member Committee To Save City College of New York, 1976-1977, Simon Wiesenthal Center, California, 2003-2006, Statue Liberty Ellis Island Foundation, Woodrow Wilson International Center Scholars, Wilson Center Associates, Washington, St. Labre Indian School, Ashland, Montana, National Law Enforcement Fund. Honorary trustee American Indian Relief Council, 2010. Member National Association of Female Executives, American Association of University Women, Women in Military Service, Association American Indian Affairs, National Museum of America Indian, Artist Equity Association New York, American Indian Education Foundation, Lakota Development Council, American Film Institute, Brooklyn College Alumni, National Geographic Society, National Museum Woman in the Arts, Statue of Liberty Ellis Island Foundation, Inc., Alliance of Queens Artists, United States Naval Institute, El Museo Del Barrio, American Museum Natural History, International Center for Scholars-Wilson Center Associates, Alumni of Baruch College, Arrow Club-St. Labre Indian School, Museum of Television and Radio, Women in Military Memorial Foundation, National Museum of America Indian, United States Holocaust Museum, Navy Memorial (advisory council), United States Golf Association.