Bachelor in Journalism, Southern University, 1992. Postgraduate, Louisiana State University.
Police officer, Baton Rouge Police Department, 1984-1990;
reporter, editor, Baker Observer, 1988-1989;
assistant assignments editor, field producer, Station WBRZ-television, Baton Rouge, 1989-1991;
producer, Station WLOX-television, Biloxi, Mississippi, 1991;
equity field specialist bureau educational support and division special projects, Louisiana Department Education, Baton Rouge, 1992;
instructor Agricultural and Mechanical college, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, since 1992;
academic counselor academic center athletes, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, since 1993;
producer, Station WAFB-television, Baton Rouge, since 1994. Advisor Louisiana State University chapter National Association Black Journalists, since 1992. Co-advisor Station WLSU-television, since 1993.
Speaker in field; weekend executive producer WBRC-television, Birmingham, Alabama, since 1995.
Volunteer, reader Beachwood Elementary School, 1992-1993. Elementary school tutor, 1993-1994. Honorary board directors Sickle Cell Anemia Foundation.
Active Heritage. Member National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Louisiana State University Black Faculty and Caucus, Society Professional Journalists.