Presently, I am Vice Chair on the Public Arts Commission, City of Southfield, MI. and on the Oakland University, Rochester, MI Art Gallery Advisory Board I have worked and volunteered with several organizations that serviced children and community developments. The Network of Michigan Educators, Detroit Urban League, Orchard Children’s Services, James Tatum Foundation for the Arts, Birmingham The Community House - Kids Helping Kids, Dr. MLK, Jr. Task Force, Southfield, and University Musical Society of the University of Michigan Teacher Advisory Council. An Art Director, art exhibition “Pathways to Freedom in the Americas Shared Experiences between Michigan, USA and Guerrero, Mexico” A retired art educator and administrator from Inkster and Southfield Public Schools. Having being blessed with a career that allowed me to develop, promote and showcase student talents beyond the classroom into the community, was immeasurable. I developed a collaboration with Detroit Public Schools and Southfield Public Schools, an extraordinary art exhibition at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History. The Art Exhibition’s objectives were to show and educate a better understanding for our youth, the history and meaning of the Civil Rights Movement. “A Call for Peace:The Peace Stool Project” lasting for nine months.
I'm willing and ready to make a difference in helping others. Supporter of education reform and civil rights and social actions.
2003 Ed.S, Educational Leadership Administration
1978 MA Art Education / Administration
2013 Guilder of the Year Urban League of Detroit & Southeastern Michigan