Student, Northwestern University, 1974. Bachelor of Architecture, Howard University, 1978.
Project archaeology, Smith Segretti Tepper, Archs., Washington, 1979-1981; project archaeology, Arthur Cotton Moore Associations, Washington, 1981-1983; project archaeology, Oehrlein & Associations, Washington, 1983-1986; private practice, McGhee & Associations, Washington, since 1986; chief engineering and technical design, United States Air Force-Bolling Air Force Base, Washington, since 1994.
Active Mount Carmel Housing Shelter, Washington, since 1988, Cardoro-Shaw Neighborhood Association, since 1993, Friends of Kennedy Playground, Washington, since 1996. Member American Institute of Architects (History Design award 1986, Air Force Design award 1996, 98), District of Columbia Preservation League (member issues committee since 1993, board directors since 1995).