Director public relations, Esperanto Records, New York City, 1965-1966;
founding member, Paul Sill's Game Theatre, Chicago, 1966-1967;
founding member, The Pitschel Players, San Francisco, 1967-1977;
professor film theory, Pacific Film Archive, University of California, Berkeley, 1973-1974;
creative developer, archivist, United States representative to Roberto Rossellini, 1973-1975;
freelance screenwriter various organizations including, Timelife, Paramount-Columbia, Warners, since 1981. Director public relations Rio Fest (selected 1st American delegate), Rio de Janeiro, 1984. Director industry relations The American Cinematheque, Los Angeles, since 1987.
Artistic director, administrator Second City Workshop, Los Angeles, 1989-1990. Director, head writer Mass Hysteria Comedy Troupe, 1990-1991. Visiting director/teacher University of Southern California Theatre Conservatory.
Leader workshop The Esalon Institute. Improvisational teacher, scene coach, comedy writing coach, seminar leader in field.
Member Screen Actors Guild, Writers Guild American.
Married "Country Joe" McDonald, April 1968 (divorced 1976). 1 child, Seven Anne.