Born on December 19 in East Meadow, NY.
Earns a BS in physical education from Morgan State University, where she was one of 11 students arrested for refusing to leave a segregated theater.
Visits Nigeria as a Peace Corps volunteer.
Achieves a Master of Science in education and counseling from Hofstra University.
Travels to Puerto Rico with the president of Delta Sigma Theta, Dr. Dorothy Heights, visiting schools, prisons, museums and libraries.
Founds the Alliance Junior Tennis Development Program to introduce tennis to children in her community.
Is involved with the Institute of the Black World 21st Century with Dr. Ron Daniels through today.
Travels to South Africa with the Peoples Ambassador Program and receives a Certificate of Participation.
Obtains a Doctorate, with honors, from Morgan State University; Receives a Women of Distinction Award from Nassau County.
Receives a Certificate of Appreciation from Foot Soldiers of the Civil Rights Movement.
Receives the Dr. Martin Luther King Community Award from Centennial Ave Elementary School in Roosevelt, NY.
Is inducted into the USTA Black Tennis Hall of Fame; Commences her retirement.
Is elected a school board member of the Roosevelt School District, serving through today.
Is inducted into the 34th USTA Annual Eastern Tennis Hall of Fame; Receives a SCOPE Award for Community Service.