Born to Leonard N. and Rachel (Howard) C. in Corinth, KY.
Earns an Associate of Applied Science in chemical technology from Ohio College of Applied Science in Cincinnati, OH.
Earns a Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Teaches chemistry and chemical engineering as acting head of chemical technology at UC’s College of Engineering and Applied Science.
Teaches chemistry and chemical engineering at Temple University in Philadelphia.
Serves as assistant secretary of education for two-year colleges within the American Chemical Society in Washington, DC.
Earns a Master of Arts in adult education from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C.
Serves as associate director of the chemical technology curriculum project within the American Chemical Society in Berkeley, CA.
Works as vice president of the Association for the Development of Computer-Based Instructional Systems in San Antonio, TX.
Works as manager of special programs within the American Chemical Society in Washington, DC.
Works as the head of research and development within the Education Division of the American Chemical Society in Washington, DC.
Works as special assistant to director of the education division of the American Chemical Society in Washington, DC, through 1999.
Works as head of technology resources and education within the American Chemical Society in Washington, DC.
Is named Alumni of the Year by the Ohio College of Applied Science.
Serves on the Board of Directors of the National Technical Honor Society through 2001.
Is a consultant for College Chemistry Consultants Service within the American Chemical Society through 2006.
Works as a principal partner of Cardinal Workforce Developers, LLC and continues to do so.
Serves as president of CWD Informatics, Inc., through 2007.
Serves as president of the Caroline County Agricultural Fair Board.
Teaches science at The Carmel School in Ruther Glen, VA through 2017.