Bachelor in Journalism, University of Wisconsin, 1939; Certified French Language, U. Paris, 1951; Certified German Language and Literature, Freie U., Berlin, 1963.
Editor, United States Government, Washington, 1942-1946; editor Patent, Trademark, Copyright Institute, George Washington University, Washington, 1965-1972; business manager Law Review, George Washington University, Washington, 1972-1973. Hostess with husband for United States foreign services, representative, unites states department State, Washington, 1946-1973.
Researcher, artist reproduction and restoration, on site of paintings found on crumbling walls in Theban tombs, which were exhibited in American Embassies throughout the Middle East, Europe and United States, 1959-1963. Member Musee Suisse Vitrail (Romont, Switzerland), American Newspaper Women's Club, Diplomatic and Consular Officers, Theta Sigma Chi.
Married Alex Theodore Prengel, August 7, 1942. Children: Alex Junior, Christopher.