Born to Leon H.E. Falk and J. Constance M. (Lilienthal) Falk in New York, NY.
Earns a Bachelor of Arts in English and international literature from Columbia University.
Earns a Master of Library Sciences in interdisciplinary research studies and journalism from Columbia University.
Is an indexer and fact checker for EBSCO Industries Inc. in Bronx, NY.
Works for the Bibliographical Organization within The Rockefeller Foundation in New York, NY.
Serves as a research information specialist for Harkavy Information Service in New York, NY.
Is a research information specialist and writer for News World Communications Inc. and The New-York Tribune in New York, NY.
Is the director of The Research Department within The World & I Magazine in Washington, D.C., through 2004.
Serves as head librarian and editorial research specialist of The World and I Online in Washington, D.C., through 2004.
Is a website education program associate for The World and I Online in Washington, D.C.
Maintains interest in literary, business, legal and political groups and issues.
Serves as secretary within the D.C. Chapter of the Women’s Federation for World Peace and maintains this role.
Volunteers with Ambassadors for Peace Seminars within Universal Peace Foundation and continues to do so.
Marries William Patrick Fitzpatrick on May 9.
Is a conference coordinator within the Women’s Federation for World Peace and maintains this role.
Writes “Best Practices for Government Libraries.”
Receives an International Seminars Award from the Universal Peace Federation.
Publishes website articles about family and accomplishments for the School of General Studies at Columbia University.
Receives an award from the Universal Peace Federation.
Works as a freelance research specialist and consultant.