Bachelor of Fine Arts in Piano and Music Composition, Carnegie Mellon University, 1948. Master of Fine Arts in Piano and Music Composition, Carnegie Mellon University, 1949.
Supervisor, University of California at Los Angeles Demonstration School, Los Angeles, 1951-1959; president, Rhythms Prodns., Los Angeles, since 1955; vice president, Cheviot Corporation, Los Angeles, 1961-1979; president, Cheviot Corporation, Los Angeles, since 1979. Guest lecturer various Los Angeles Colls., since 1958.
Member American Society of Composers, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (trustee 1972-1976, board governors 1971-1978, vice president 1975-1977), American Federation Musicians, National Association American Composers, American Women Composers, Inc., International Congress Women Composers, International Association Educational Dealers and Suppliers, Music Eductors National Conference, Audio Engineering Society, National School Suppliers and Equipment Association, Public's Marketing Association, Musicians Union, Sigma Alpha Iota.