Bachelor of Fine Arts, Virginia Commonwealth University, 1972. Master of Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute/State University, 1981. Certified advanced graduate study, Virginia Polytechnic Institute/State University, 1984.
Doctor of Philosophy, Virginia Polytechnic Institute/State University, 1984. Doctoral program, George Washington University, 1982.
Social worker model cities division, Department Public Welfare, Richmond, Virginia, 1972-1975;
industrial cooperative training coordinator, department chairman, George Marshall H.S., Fairfax, Virginia, 1977-1979;
training coordinator, Project YEELD (Youth Employment Experience Learning Demon.), Fairfax, 1980-1982;
cross-cultural relations coordinator, community liason, J.E.B. Stuart H.S., Fairfax, 1982-1986;
assessment specialist, assistant to superintendant, Arlington (Virginia) Public Schools, 1986-1987;
lobbyist, American Association of School Adminstrs. (AASA), Arlington, 1988-1990;
director, national curriculum Audit Center, American Association of School Adminstrs. (AASA), 1990-1996;
educational consultant, since 1996.
Adjunct associate professor Institute for Ednl. Transformation George Mason U., Fairfax, since 1994. Affiliate professor McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, 1994.
Adjunct research professor George Washington University, Washington, 1990. Quality management consultant Quality Enhancement Sems., Los Angeles, 1993, Behavioral Sciences Institute Fed.Way, Washington, 1993, W. Edwards Deming: seminars and consultant practice, 1992-1993.
Member Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society.
Children: Peter James Isenberg, Carrie Venetia Gouskos.