Student, Stanford University, 1970; student, Trinity U., Dublin, Ireland, 1970-1971; Bachelor with honors, University of California, Santa Cruz, 1972; Juris Doctor, University of California, San Francisco, 1975; Master of Laws, University of California, Berkeley, 1980.
Private practice property manager, Stockton, California, since 1968; atique shop owner, Stockton, since 1977; part-time instructor business, law, and administration of justice, San Joaquin Delta Community College, Stockton, 1977-1980; instructor law and real estate, San Joaquin Delta Community College, Stockton, since 1980; member academic senate, San Joaquin Delta Community College, Stockton, 1985-1990; parliamentarian of senate, San Joaquin Delta Community College, Stockton, 1986-1988; member Executive Board, San Joaquin Delta Community College, Stockton, 1986-1990; 1st vice president, San Joaquin Delta Community College, Stockton, 1988-1990. Visiting professor School Business and Public Administration, University of Pacific, Stockton, 1987.
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Member Leadership Stockton, Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce, 1981-1982. Board directors Stockton Community Forum, 1983-1985, Leadership Stockton Alumni Association, 1986-1988. Member San Joaquin General Hospital Auxiliary, since 1981.
Member Dameron Hospital Foundation, Stockton, since 1982. Member Western Business Law Association (Second vice president, program chair 1990-1991, 1st vice president 1991-1992, editor Proceedings 1991, president-elect 1992-1993, president 1993-1994), California Teachers Association (secretary 1982-1983, treasurer 1984-1985, executive committee 1982-1983, 84-85, New Educator award 1982), Women Lawyers San Joaquin County, California Real Estate Education Association, International Platform Association, American Academy Legal Studies in Business (president- elect Western region 1992-1993), Mensa, American Association of University Women, Ladies Auxiliary California Pioneer Society, Phi Alpha Delta (clerk, member executive committee 1972-1975), Delta Kappa Gamma (parliamentarian, executive board 1986-1990).