Bachelor, St. Mary's College, 1977; Master in Public Health, Tulane University, 1985; Doctor of Public Health, Tulane University, 1987.
Medical technologist, North Memorial Hospital, Minneapolis, 1978-1980;
volunteer, Peace Corps, Thailand, 1980-1982;
epidemiologist, analyst pulmonary medicine, Tulane University, New Orleans, 1985;
epidemiologist, Louisiana Department Health
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome epidemiologist, Tulane University, New Orleans, 1985-1987;
epidemiologist, researcher, Tulane University and Project Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, Kinshasa, Zaire, 1988-1989;
evaluation scientist AIDSTECH project, Family Health International, Research Triangle Pk., North Carolina, 1990-1991;
associate director evaluation AIDSCAP project, Family Health International, Arlington, Virginia, 1991-1995;
senior associate office of director AIDSCAP project, Family Health International, Arlington, Virginia, since 1995. Consultant, adjunct faculty Tulane University, New Orleans, since 1990. Instructor School Public Health, U. North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1991.
Consultant National Academy Sciences, Washington, 1992. Reviewer National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland., since 1991.
Volunteer Northern Virginia Democratic Committee, Arlington, 1991. Volunteer, captain Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Walk, Whitman Walker Clinic, Washington, 1992-1993. Member American Public Health Association, Society for Epidemiological Research, International Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Society, Delta Omega (National Merit award 1988).
1 child, Elizabeth Anne.