Wins a newspaper art contest and takes her first art workshop at the Albright-Knox Museum of Art in Buffalo, NY at the age of 10.
Earns an Associate of Arts in dental hygiene from Erie Community College; Works as a dental hygienist until 1966.
Achieves a Bachelor of Arts in psychology, cum laude, from the State University of New York at Buffalo; Is a welfare social worker.
Is an elementary school teacher with Buffalo Public Schools.
Earns a Master’s degree in guidance counseling from the State University of New York at Buffalo.
Is a counselor and psychometrist in the Office of Psychoendocrinology at the Children’s Hospital in Buffalo, NY.
Is a psychologist with the Webster School District K-12 until 1975.
Is a psychologist with the Bakersfield City School District K-8 until 1980.
Is a school psychologist for the Kern High School District until 2005; Serves as president of the Kern Association of School Psychologists.
Is a marriage family therapist and licensed educational psychologist in private practice in Bakersfield, CA until 2008.
Obtains a Doctor of Education in educational and counseling psychology from the University of the Pacific.
Focuses on an artistic career in visual arts, including mixed media, watermedia and collages, and continues to partake in art shows nationwide.
Is the lead psychologist for the Kern High School District and a part-time school psychologist with the Beardsley School District K-8.
Is named School Psychologist of the Year, presented by the Kern Association of School Psychologists.
Is a part-time school psychologist K-8 in Fairfax and Arvin, CA.
Wins “Best of Show” for “Red Couch” at the 29th annual “Celebrating Life” Charleston Heights Art Center in Las Vegas, NV.
Obtains the rights to all of Taylor Caldwell’s works, forming the Descendants of Taylor Caldwell, LLC and continues to serve as lead manager.