Born in Hartford, CT and later graduates from high school in 1962.
Earns a BA in zoology from the University of Connecticut.
Is a research assistant with the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago, IL.
Is a teaching assistant at the University of New Hampshire until 1970; earns an MS in zoology from the University of New Hampshire in 1969.
Pursues doctoral studies in zoology at the University of New Hampshire.
Is an NDEA Fellow at the University of New Hampshire; takes a leave of absence from graduate school in 1971.
Is a program manager within Normandeau Associates Inc. in Portsmouth, NH until 1979.
Is the assistant marine laboratory director of Normandeau Associates Inc.; becomes marine laboratory director from 1979 until 1981.
Is the programs and operations manager of Normandeau Associates Inc. until 1983.
Earns a BS in business, summa cum laude, from the University of New Hampshire.
Is the vice president of operations of Normandeau Associates Inc. until 1987.
Is chief executive officer of Normandeau Associates Inc. until 2020.
Receives the Environmental Award for Service to the Environmental Industry from the Environmental Business Council in Boston, MA.
Receives the Outstanding Business Women’s Award from the New Hampshire Business Review.
Receives the Above and Beyond Award from the Business and Industry Association of New Hampshire.
Is board chairperson and chief executive officer of Normandeau Associates Inc.
Receives the Lifetime Achievement Award from Business and Industry Association of New Hampshire.
Receives the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.
Maintains memberships, actively supports and participates in many non-profit organizations.
Is former board chairperson and chief executive officer of Normandeau Associates Inc.; remains a senior corporate officer with the company.