Spelman College, United States of America, 1956-1959, 1960-1961, Bachelor of Arts. Sorbonne, France, 1959-1960, Certificate Bachelor of Surgery. Johns Hopkins School of International Studies, United States of America, 1972-1973, Master of Arts.
Columbia University, 1963-1966, Doctor of Philosophy. Spoken languages: English, French.
Director, World Decade for Cultural Development, Sector for Culture, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization since 1989. Representative to United Nations Development Program, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Liaison Office to United Nations, New York, 1986-1989. Director, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Liaison Office in Washington, District of Columbia, 1978-1986.
Staff Director, Subcommittee on Africa, Foreign Affairs Committee(s), United States House of Representatives, Washington, District of Columbia, 1975-1978. Program Officer, Higher Education & Rch, Ford Foundation, New York, 1973-1975. Assistant Professor, Department of Pol Science, Brooklyn College, New York, 1969-1972.
Program Officer, African American Institute, United States of America, 1966. Information Assistant, Department of Public Information, Peace Corps, Washington, District of Columbia, 1963.
Member Council on Foreign Relations. United Nations Association. Advisory Council, Overseas Development Council.
Academic Council on the United Nations System.