Student, Churchill College, 1951-1955; Doctor of Science in Engineering (honorary), Stevens Institute of Technology, 1995; Doctor of Philosophy (honorary), Stevens Institute of Technology.
City editor, The Citizen, Harare, Zimbabwe, 1958-1960;
sub-editor, Indiana television News, London, 1960-1961;
sub-editor, Sunday Mirror, London, 1961-1963;
copy editor, New York Herald Tribune, New York City, 1963-1964;
president, Sovereign Associations, New York City, 1964-1966;
editor wire desk, Washington Daily News, 1966-1969;
assistant editor, Washington Post, 1969-1970;
reporter, McGraw Hill, Washington, 1970-1973;
chairman, King Public Group, Washington, since 1973. Founder Women National Organization for Women magazine, New York City, 1965. President Washington-Baltimore Newspaper Guild, 1967-1970.
Host cable television program The Bull and the Bear. Host radio program White House Chronicle.
Member Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, National Press, St. James's Club, London Press Club.