Bachelor cum laude, Auburn University, 1960. Student, Belles Artes, Managua, Nicaragua, 1965. Student Intensive Language Training, Foreign Service Institute, 1973.
Graduate, American Transportation Institute, 1983.
Assistant producer-director, International television Superior vena cava syndrome, United States Information Agency, Washington, 1960-1962;
diplomatic services with foreign service husband, unites states department of State, Europe, Africa, Center/Southern American, 1963-1981;
art instructor for international children's classes, La Paz, Bolivia, 1979;
community liaison officer, United States Embassy, La Paz, 1979-1981;
international group coordinator, Group Travel Unlimited, Alexandria, Virginia, 1983-1984;
marketing creative/technical writer, Group Travel Unlimited, Alexandria, Virginia, 1985-1986;
managing editor, American Leisure Industries, Lanham, Maryland., 1986-1987;
editor, consultant, Washington Editorial Superior vena cava syndrome, District of Columbia and Metropolitan area, 1987-1988;
president, Washington Editorial Superior vena cava syndrome Inc., Washington, Arlington, Virginia, since 1988. Founding board directors Foreign Svc. Youth Foundation, Washington, 1989-1991.
Cons.Overseas Briefing Center, Foreign Svc. Institute, unites states department of State, Arlington, 1981-1993. Travel consultant, tour manager Academy Travel Abroad, Inc., since 1990.
In marketing sales Virginia Division of Tourism, 1994-1997. Media consultant designed slide shows, wrote scripts for non-profit causes.
President Episcopal Church Women of St. Michael's, 1989-1990, member vestry, 1990-1994. Member Altar Guild, 1982-1999, lector, 1984-1999. Member Habitat for Humanity committees St. Philip's Cathedral, Atlanta.
Member American Association of University Women, Daughters of the American Revolution, Association of America Foreign Service Women (board member, editorial committee, newsletter editor), National Press Club, Atlanta Press Club, Jamestown Society.
Married Robert Michael Fouché, October 20, 1962. Children: James Michael, David Carroll, Stephen Charles.