Bachelor, We. Michigan University, 1970.
Spanish-American specialist Calhaun Community Action Agency, Battle Creek, Michigan, 1969-1974. Executive director planning Government of Mayaquez, 1974-1976. Personnel service manager Digital Equipment Corporation, San German, Puerto Rico, 1976-1979, product manager, 1979-1981, personnel manager, 1981-1984, public relations manager Mayaquez, 1984-1985, manager minority education and women's program Concord, Massachusetts, since 1985.
President Hospitality Commission First Productivity Conference of Americas, San Juan, 1985. Organizer Hispanic Heritage Week, Massachusetts, 1986. Member National Association Minority Engineer Directors, National Action Council Minorities in Engineering, Spanish American Association, Hispanic Leadership Group, National Association Female Executives.
Children: Anibal, Alberto, Rivera.