Technology Teacher, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria, Virginia, 1991- Present.
Virginia certified with endorsement in Physics.
Vice President-American Society of Mechanical Engineers Board on Pre-College Education, 1998-2001 term, Board member since 1994.
Girls in Engineering, Math and Science (GEMS) conference, Arizona State University, 1999.
Director-Junior Engineering Technical Society(JETS) 1998-.
Master of Ceremonies-Final competition of JETS National Engineering Design Challenge (NEDC), 1998-.
Moderator-American Society of Mechanical Engineers Board on Pre-College Education annual Teacher Workshop, 1995-1979.
Host-American Society of Mechanical Engineers computer network Forum on Pre-College Education, 1995.
Taught-Experimental Engineering Summer Camp for elementary school students, 1995.
Presenter-National Consortium for Specialized Secondary Schools of Mathematics, Science and Technology (NCSSSMST) annual meeting, 1994, 1998.
Panelist-White House Conference on Environmental Technology for a Sustainable Future Round Table on Education, 1994.
Writer-Curriculum materials for Summer Productions, subcontractor to The Discovery Channel and The Learning Channel, 1993-.
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Maryland, 1972.
MAIS, George Mason University, 1998.
Additional courses and seminars on Engineering, Management and Education.
Quality Assurance Manager for Defense electronics.
Quality Assurance Engineer for scientific experiments of the Hubble Space Telescope.
Quality Assurance Engineer for manufacture of Stinger Missile hardware.
Design Engineer for Defense space projects.
Manufacturing Engineer for fabrication of Nuclear Spent Fuel Shipping Casks..
Project Engineer for power plant construction.
Administrator for university Engineering College.
Officiate NCAA Division I football.
Professional Football Writers of America
National Press Photographers Association
Write syndicated newspaper column.
Published magazine writer and photographer.