Born in Washington, DC to parents Arthur Robinson Boone and Ann Elizabeth Knowles Boone.
Graduates from Yorktown High School in Arlington, VA.
Earns a Bachelor of Arts in biology from The George Washington University.
Earns a Master of Education in the social foundations of education at the University of Florida.
Earns a Master of Arts in anthropology at The Ohio State University.
Earns a Doctor of Philosophy in cultural anthropology from The Ohio State University.
Is the President of Policy Research Methods Incorporated through 2006.
Authors Capital Crime: Black Infant Mortality in America (Sage).
Authors Capital Cubans; Refugee Adaptation in Washington, DC. (AMS Press).
Is an editor for Computer Applications for Anthropologists (Wadsworth).
Marries Stephen I. Rappaport.
Works as a writer, speaker and consultant until 2012.
Is Co-founder of The Human Sentience Project LLC through today.
Authors Space Science and Astronomy Theatre (Archway).
Authors The Emergence of Religion in Human Evolution (Routledge).
Edits The Human Factor in the Settlement of the Moon: An Interdisciplinary Approach (Springer).