Bachelor of Science, Mary Washington College, 1960. Master of Science, University Maryland, 1965. Doctor of Philosophy, University Maryland, 1969.
Home economics teacher Prince William Public Schools, Nokesville, Virginia, 1960-1964. Professor, admisntr. University Maryland Colleges Education and Home Economics, 1964-1975. Executive director American Home Economics Association, Washington, since 1975.
Vice president and treasurer G.L. Crandall Lapidary, Inc., Annapolis, Maryland, since 1976. Board directors Future Homemakers American, Reston, Virginia, since 1975. Member Accrediting Council Journalism and Mass Communications, since 1983.
Director Center for Handicapped, Silver Springs, Maryland, 1975-1978. Chairman finance committee Heritage Baptist Church, Annapolis, 1980-1983. Member American Society Association Executives (director since 1976, chairman board 1982-1983 Key), American Home Economics Association, Maryland Home Economics Association, World Future Society.