Bachelor in Sociology, Texas Western University, 1967. Master of Social Work, University Texas, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy in Sociology, University Texas, 1979.
Social work administrator Meridell Achievement Center, Austin, 1969-1973. Chairperson social science division Huston-Tillotson College, since 1973. Children's mental health worker Austin Travis County Mental Health-Mental Retardation, 1981-1988.
Director community outreach Project REACH, Austin, since 1988. Curriculum advisor Association of Colleges and University for International-Intercultural Studies, Atlanta, 1977-1979. Mediator Austin-Travis County Mediation Center, 1985.
Consultant National Council for Black Studies, Columbus, Ohio, 1990-1991.
(A young boy discovers what it means to be an Afro-American.)
Active Leadership Austin, 1980-1982. President Parent-Teachers Association, Austin, 1981-1983. President of the board directors Black Arts Alliance, Inc., Austin, 1984-1991.
Executive Committee Human Immunodeficiency Virus Commission, Austin Travis County, since 1990. Director vacation Bible school David Chapel Baptist Church, Belize, Central America summers, 1985-1990, 92-94. Member Association of Social and Behavioral Scientists, East Austin Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Coalition, Phi Delta Kappa.
Children: Deshon A. Wingate, Tishana R. Wingate, Yvette M. Wingate.