Ms. Ayers is born in Albuquerque, New Mexico to F. Ernest and Gladys Marguerite Ayers.
Ms. Ayers receives a Bachelor of Arts in research psychology, speech pathology and audiology from the University of Kansas.
Ms. Ayers receives a Master of Education in counseling/guidance psychology and education administration from Seattle Pacific University, and she becomes a staff consultant in student development at Central Washington State University (now Central Washington University) in Ellensburg, Washington.
Ms. Ayers becomes a psychology instructor, conducting undergraduate and graduate evening classes, and Director of the Aerospace Defense Command Resident Education Centers for North Dakota and Montana for Chapman University in Orange, California.
Ms. Ayers becomes an education specialist in the United States Army Training and Doctrine Command Education/Counseling Center at Fort Monroe, Virginia.
Ms. Ayers becomes an education specialist in educational evaluation for the United States Army Transportation School in Fort Eustis, Virginia.
Ms. Ayers is a civilian graduate of the Transportation Officer Basic Program of the United States Army.
Ms. Ayers becomes an education specialist at the National Mine Health and Safety Academy in Beckley, West Virginia, where she is in charge of staff development and course evaluation. She also coordinates the writing and publication of 29 on-the-job training surface and underground mining health and safety books, and one NIOSH pneumonoconiosis booklet.
Ms. Ayers authors “Educational Cost-Effectiveness of Two Criterion-Referenced Methods of U.S. Army Training.”
Ms. Ayers becomes President of Appalachian Love Arts, manufacturer and seller of her patented items.
Ms. Ayers authors “Educational Feasibility Study of Computer Uses in MSHA.”
Ms. Ayers authors and presents a publication for the Second International Mining Symposium for the Prevention of Risks in the Mining Industry for MSHA on valid uses of criterion-referenced instruction in the mining industry and served on the Bureau of Mines Contracting Board.
Ms. Ayers becomes manager of the NASA Teacher Resource Center Network for the U.S and its territories. She also serves as contracting officer’s technical representative for the Space Science Student Involvement Program and she coordinated the Ballou Senior High School Partnership program with NASA Headquarters in Washington, D.C.
Ms. Ayers receives the Alumnus of Growing Vision for the Century in Education Award from Seattle Pacific University.
Ms. Ayers becomes a substitute counselor and teacher in the Berkeley County School District for grades K through 12 in Berkeley County, West Virginia.
Ms. Ayers becomes a court-appointed probate Estate Administrator in the states of Washington and California.
Ms. Ayers becomes a court-appointed Estate Administrator and a Personal Representative in the state of Maryland.
Ms. Ayers is named a Distinguished Humanitarian and receives the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award from Marquis Who’s Who.
Ms. Ayers is featured in the Executive Spotlight of Marquis Who’s Who of Influence publication.
Ms. Ayers is featured in the Marquis Who’s Who Millennium Magazine and pictured on the cover.