Bachelor of Fine Arts, The Art Institute of Chicago Chicago, 1949; Master of Arts, California State University, 1971.
Art, history of art and English teacher junior and senior High School, Los Angeles, 1963-1985. Arts and humanities consultant Los Angeles Unified School District, 1982-1986. Methods teaching crafts instructor California State University, Northridge, 1969-1971.
Humanities instructor Lee College University Judaism, Los Angeles, 1989-1991. Participant National Endowment of the Humanities project, Greensboro, North Carolina, 1982. Adjudicator Emerging Young Artists competition California Alliance for Arts Education, since 2002.
Witness United States House Ways and Means committee, American Association Museum, Washington, 1980. Docent Los Angeles Museum Contemporary Art, 1987-1992. Member executive board Fine Arts Council, Platt Gallery, University Judaism, Los Angeles, since 1990.
Member Women's Political Committee, Los Angeles, since 1992. Member California Humanities Association (president 1986-1987, newsletter editor 1988-2002, treasurer 1978-1985, Perlee award 1991), Los Angeles Printmaking Society, Academy television Arts and Sciences Foundation (education advisory board 1995-1999).
Married Jack Corinblit, March 9, 1944. Children: Meryl Marshall, Barbara Graff, Nancy Montgomery.