Born on November 8.
Earns a Bachelor of Arts in business, management, marketing and related support services from Rutgers University.
Achieves a Master of Business Administration in finance from the Rutgers Business School.
Is an adjunct professor of the business and writing program at Mountain View Community College in Dallas, TX until 1995.
Serves as president of the board of directors for Family Services in York, PA.
Teaches as an adjunct professor at Penn State York in York, PA until 1999.
Teaches as an adjunct professor at Trinity College in Washington, D.C.
Is a secretary for West Orange Culture Teachers.
Is the executive vice president of the Orlando, FL chapter of the National Hookup of Black Woman (NHBW).
Teaches business seminars for SCORE, a SBA partner for small businesses in Orlando, FL.
Retires from teaching as an adjunct professor of the graduate program and project management at DeVry University.
Is honored as Professional of the Year by the Project Management Industry.
Receives the Worldwide Who’s Who Lifetime Achievement Award.
Becomes a certified teacher for Center for Change of the Stanford University Chronic Disease Self-Management Program.