Bachelor in English Literature and Philosophy, St. Joseph's University, 1993. Master of Arts in English Literature, University Toronto, 1994. Postgraduate certified in 18th Century Literature with honors, College of New Jersey, Trenton, 1993.
Postgraduate in English Literature, University Edinburgh. Student, Walnut St. Theatre School, Philadelphia.
Teacher seminar M courses University Toronto, Canada, 1994—1995. Private tutor, 1996; teacher, Religious Education (Grade 7-8) Our Lady Good Counsel Church, lector, since 2005. Election official New Jersey Board Elections, Trenton, clerk.
Assistant editor Newsletter Thornton Wilder Society. Mentor Native American Children Futers for Children. Speaker, presenter in field.
Reader various radio broadcasts, 2006, library for Blind and Handicapped, 2006.
Volunteer Jane Ausen Society North American Annual General Meeting, Philadelphia, 2009. Religious education teacher Our Lady Good Counsel Church, Trenton, New Jersey, since 2007. Volunteer, donor Blue Mountain Festival Music, Trinity Cathedral, 2009.
Supporter Ujmid Women's Center, Ewing. Member of Bronte Society Haworth (England), Stuttering Foundation, National Trust Scotland, Edinburgh, Lakota Wolf Reserve, Columbia, New Jersey, Wolf Park, Battlefield Grounds, Indiana, Wolf Hollow, Ipswich, Master of Arts, Culloden Battlefield Memorial Project, Scotland, Martin Luther King Memorial, Washington, District of Columbia (charter and founding member), National Women's Museum, Wolf Hollow, Ipswich, Oxford Society, New York City, St. Joseph's University Reunion Committee, University Toronto Alumni, New York City, Friends of Ewing Library., Jane Austen Society North America, Princeton, New York City, Philadelphia, Gerard Manley Hopkins Society, Monasterevan, Ireland, Yeats Society, Sligo, Ireland, Modern Language Association, Jane Austin Society Easton Pennsylvania, Hopkins Society, Yeats Society, New York City, Oscar Wilde Society(London), Lee Middleton Doll Collector's Club.