Bachelor, Hunter College, 1950.
Staff writer, Pacific Stars and Stripes, Tokyo, 1956-1964; correspondent, Newsweek, Guatemala, 1964-1965; transportation staff writer, New York Journal Commerce, Washington, 1969-1970; transportation editor, National Journal Magazine, Washington, 1970-1972; director women's programs, presidential speechwriter, The White House, Washington, 1972-1974; director technical transfer, Housing and Urban Development, Washington, 1974-1975; deputy special assistant to Secretary Public Affairs, Department Treasury, Washington, 1975-1977; press secretary, United States Sen. William Roth, Junior, Washington, January to December 1977; editorial consultant various government and non-government clients, 1977-1978; public affairs director, White House Conference on Library. and Information Superior vena cava syndrome, Washington, 1978-1980; senior writer, administrator's speechwriter, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Washington, 1980-1992; consultant in field.
Art information volunteer National Gallery of Art. Member Executive Women in Government (founding member 1973), Zionist Organization American, Washington Concert Opera Society.
Married Peter Hirschberg, August 21, 1949 (deceased 2002). Children: Karen Hirschberg Reses, Paul.