Bachelor in Medical Technology, Washington School of Medical Technology, 1963. Bachelor, Howard University, 1971. Master of Social Work, Howard University, 1973.
Postgraduate, Howard University, 1978. Doctor in Public Administration, Grant University, 1994.
Assistant to manager Cramton Auditorium, Howard U., Washington, 1968-1970; assistant professor, Howard U., Washington, 1972-1973; assistant to administrative assistant to professor, Howard U., Washington, 1973-1975; writer, co-star Family Counselor, Station WJZ-television, Baltimore, 1971-1973; director assistant professor social work, Howard U. Children's Concern Center, Washington, 1973-1974; conference coordinator, World Peace Through Law Center, Washington, 1974-1975; chairperson social planning sequence, assistant professor, U. District of Columbia, Washington, 1974-1976; vice president, Roy Littlejohn Associations, Inc., Washington, 1975-1995; also board directors, Roy Littlejohn Associations, Inc., Washington director, Association Black Psychologists, Washington, since 1995. Board directors Caribbean Festivals, Inc., Washington. Project director The Zambia Hird Project, United States Agency International Development, Usaba.
Board directors Washington Parent-Child Center, since 1983, Big Sisters of Washington Metropolitan Area. Member National Association of Social Workers, American Planning Association (associate), Association Black Psychologists (board directors), Howard University National Alumni Association (president, board directors), Howard University Alumni Club of District of Columbia (president 1983-1988), Freedom Bowl Alumni Committee (board directors), Caribbean-American Intercultural Organization (board directors), Phi Delta Kappa (charter), Delta Sigma Theta.
Married Victor F. Scott. Children: Lenise Sharon, Monique Sherine.