Doctor of Fine Arts (honorary), Rutgers University, 2005.
Industrial designer, New York City, 1939-1941. Radio writer, member staff station World's Greatest Newspaper, Chicago, 1942-1943. Founder, 1959; since director Tamarind Lithography Workshop, Inc.
(funded by Ford Foundation), Los Angeles. Tamarind Institute, University New Mexico, since 1970. Member visiting committee School Visual and Environmental Studies, Harvard, 1972-1974, chancellors advisory committee, arts management program Graduate School Administration, University California at Los Angeles, 1969-1980, California Confederation of Arts advisory board, 1988, California State University department of art advisory council, Long Beach, 1988, Rutgers University Mason Gross School Arts professor of research printmaking and paper, New Brunswick, New Jersey, since 2002.
Board directors Grunwald Center Graphic Arts, 1965-1980. Member Writers Guild American, Women in Film, American Federation of television and Radio Artists, Women's Caucus for Art, Society of America Graphic Artists, Society Washington Printmakers, Los Angeles Printmakers Society, The Trusteeship, International Women's Forum.