Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, University of Illinois, 1977. Graduated with high honors and distinction in the curriculum.
M.Ed., Educational Psychology, University of Illinois, 1975. Graduated with honors.
B.A., Spanish Education, University of Illinois, 1971. Dean's list, James Scholar, graduated with honors.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist, State of Texas #21682
Health Service Provider, State of Texas
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, State of New Mexico #3434 (temporarily in retirement)
Advanced Mediation, UNM Faculty Dispute Resolution Center, Albuquerque, NM, 2003.
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, State of Texas (expired)
Licensed School Psychologist, State of New Mexico (expired)
Licensed Educational Diagnostician, State of New Mexico (expired)
Licensed School Counselor, State of New Mexico (expired)
Secondary School Teaching Certificates, State of New Mexico, endorsement in Psychology, Bilingual Education, TESOL, and Modern & Classical Languages (expired)
Poets & Writer's Directory of Poets
Teaching English as a Second Language, LVA Certificate
Licensed Foster Care Provider, New Mexico, 1995 - 1997
Licensed Treatment Foster Parent, State of New Mexico, 1997 - 1998
Who's Who in Young Women In America, 1980
Who's Who in America, 1992
Allied Health Staff, Green Oaks, Charter, & Brookhaven Psychiatric hospitals in Dallas, 1982 -1989
K-12 Teacher, State of Illinois, K-12 (expired)
Guidance Counselor, State of Illinois (expired)
Young Careerist, Business & Professional Woman's Association, 1980
Winner, San Miguel Writer's Conference Writing Contest, for Tortillas & Peanut Butter: Confessions of an American Mom Turned Mexican Smuggler (book-length memoir), 2007
Winner, Byliners Texas-Wide Writing Contest (short fiction), 1992
Winner, Byliners Texas-Wide Writing Contest (non-fiction book proposal), 1993
Honorable mention, Writers' Digest contest (poetry), 1992
Special Merit Award, Byliners Texas-Wide Writing Contest (light verse), 1994
CPI, CPR, and First Aid Certifications, 1997
Illinois State Scholar, 1968
National Honor Society, 1968
Quill and Scroll Honorary Writing Society, 1968
Author. Writing self-help/parenting books, articles, and columns. Part time, 1988 - present.
Private Practice Psychologist. Individual, group, and family therapy; child, adolescent, and adult; psychological assessments (English/Spanish). Specialized in treatment of patients with borderline personality disorder and chronic mental illness. Consultation and staff development for community mental health centers, psychiatric hospitals, and school districts. Continuing education for social workers, counselors, and psychologists. Dallas, TX, 1978 - 1995; Taos, NM, 1995 - 2005; San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. 2005 - present.
Professor of Counseling Psychology. Developing and teaching online graduate Multicultural Counseling and Master's Case Presentation courses, evaluating Master’s Case Presentations for Yorkville University's online program. Part time, 2004 - 2015.
Clinical Psychologist. Individual, marital, family, and group therapy; psychological assessments. Dallas County Mental Health/Mental Retardation, Child and Adolescent Services Division, Dallas, TX. 1976 - 1979.
Administrator of Educational Research. Designed and implemented research projects; supervised research of Ph.D. and master's candidates. Dallas County Community College District, Dallas, TX. 1975-1976.
Secondary School Teacher. High school Spanish, French, and bilingual high courses. Crete/Monee School District, Crete, IL. 1971 - 1973.
Curriculum Consultant, Editor. Beyond Borders ESL Textbook Series. Catalina Foundation. July 2014 – present.
Professor of Pastoral/Spiritual Counseling. Interfaith Academy, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. 2012 – 2013.
Workshop Presenter. Teaching writing workshops. San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. April - July, 2006.
Teacher & Tutor. Spanish and English. Taos, NM, and San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. 2004 - 2009.
Disaster Relief Worker for Mental Health. Westover Consulting, SAMHSA. Crisis counseling of Red Cross staff and of emergency shelter residents following hurricanes Katrina and Rita in Slidell, LA; emergency child and adolescent intake assessments and crisis counseling of clinical staff at the Rosenblum Mental Health Clinic, Ponchatoula, LA. October, 2005.
Intern Supervisor. Southwestern College. Supervising Grief and Loss Center counselors-in-training. Taos, NM, 2005 - 2006.
Writing Instructor/Coach. 1995 - 2006.
Associate Editor. Positive Parenting Magazine. 1993 - 2006.
Online Course Developer. Thomson/Wadsworth Publishing. Developed content and graphics for online tutorial for introductory college psychology course. Part time, 2003 - 2004.
Adjunct Professor of Psychology, University of New Mexico-Taos. Instructor of human development, introductory psychology, child psychology, developmental psychology, and human services courses to lower division students; instructor of personality, abnormal, family, developmental, educational, and cross-cultural psychology and child psychopathology to upper division and graduate students. Part time, various semesters, 1995 - 2003.
Board Facilitator. Facilitating Taos and Española Citizens Review Boards, developing recommendations, and composing reports on children in state custody for area judges. Part time, 1999 -2002.
Outpatient Therapist, Taos/Colfax Community Services. Individual, family, group psychotherapy; supervision of psychosocial rehabilitation counsellors for the Day Treatment program. Part time, August, 1999 - March, 2000.
Dissertation Advisor. Dissertation design and support for master's and doctoral candidates in education and the social sciences. Part time, January, 1996 - June, 1998.
ESL Instructor. Teaching Literature and Creative Writing to adults, and English as a second language to adolescents and children. Instituto de Estudios Interoamericanos, Cuenca, Ecuador. Fall semester, 1998.
ESL Instructor. Teaching English to children, adolescents, and adults; beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels. Future School, Dalian, China. Summer semester, 1998.
Website Reviewer. EyeOnTheWeb.Com. April - June, 1998.
Director. The Taos Writer's Connection. Taos, NM. Teaching creative writing; free-lance, and technical writing; editing; organizing and presenting workshops. Taos, NM. Part time, June, 1995 - June, 2005.
Computer Consultant. Home PC configuration, web design. Taos, NM, 1995 - 1999; San Miguel de Allende, 2010 - present.
Treatment Foster Care Provider. Raindancer Youth Services. Taos, NM, 1997.
Columnist. Talk Back Views, Taos, NM. Part time, August 1996 - 1997.
Creative Writing Instructor. Taos Education Center. January - December, 1996.
Foster Care Provider. Children Youth & Family Services, Taos, NM, February, 1995 – 1997.
Substitute Teacher. Taos Municipal Schools. September, 1995 - May, 1996.
Adjunct Instructor. Introductory Psychology, Human Development, Personality, Human Sexuality, and Interpersonal Relations courses at Eastfield, Mountain View, Richland, Northlake, and El Centro Colleges, Dallas County Community College District. Various semesters, 1975 - 1995.
ESL Teacher. Teaching English to bilingual secretarial students. Instituto Norteamericano de Estudios Bilingues, Irapuato, Gto., Mexico. 1968 - 1970.
Jimmy’s Answer to Cancer/Jaime Lucha Contra el Cancer. Children’s rhyming picture book. (To be released in 2017.)
The Little Horse: Fables for Your Child & for the Child Within. Literary Fiction/Gift Book. (To be released in 2017.)
Tortillas & Peanut Butter: True Confessions of an American Mom Turned Mexican Smuggler. Humorous memoir, ShelfStealers Publishers, 2016.
Earthships: A New Mecca Poetry Collection, Zachary Kluckman, Editor. (Anthologized Poems) "Bury the Why" and "The Prophetess." (Horse and Tiger Press, 2007)
Mommy Rescue Guide: Potty Training: Lifesaving Techniques and Advice for an Easy Transition. (Adams Media, 2007)
Chapters from the Everything Toddler Book reprinted in Mommy Rescue Guide: Toddler Meals: Lifesaving Recipes and Advice for Making Fun, Nutritious Food (Adams Media, 2007)
Parent's Guide to Raising Siblings. (F + W Publications, Littleton, MA, 2006)
Early-Start Potty Training. (McGraw Hill, New York, 2005)
The Parent's Guide to Attention Deficit Disorder. (F + W Publications, Littleton, MA, 2005)
The Everything Parenting a Teenager Book. (F + W Publications, Littleton MA., 2004)
A Cup of Comfort for Inspiration. Contributor to anthology. (Adams Media, 2003)
The Everything Tween Book: A parent's guide to surviving the turbulent pre-teen years. (Adams Media, Littleton, MA. May, 2003)
The Everything Potty Training Book: Professional, reassuring advice to help you and your child through this challenging time. (Adams Media, Littleton, MA, 2002)
The Everything Toddler Book: From tantrums to potty training, practical advice to get you and your toddler through the formative years. (Adams Media, Littleton, MA, 2002)
The Homework Solution: Getting kids to do their homework. (Williamson Publishers, VT, 1990)
The Homework Plan: A parent's guide to helping kids excel. (Berkley Publishing Group, New York, 1994)
"The Warning," poem in Lunarosity Journal of Poetry and Fiction by Contemporary Authors. October, 2006.
“El Valle Mio," poem in La Herencia Magazine of Art and Culture, May, 2006.
"Uncle Jesse's Giggles," poem. Lunarosity Journal of Poetry and Fiction by Contemporary Authors. September, 2004
"Delphinium Dancing," poem. Lunarosity Journal of Poetry and Fiction by Contemporary Authors. May, 2004.
“Sculpted by Love," poem. Chokecherries Anthology. 2003-2004.
"Love at Noon," poem. Chokecherries Anthology. 2003-2004.
"Midlife Mama Rap,” featured poem on Prosenpoetry.com. December, 2003.
"Como Ayer," poem. El Crepúsculo. February, 2003.
"El Valle Mio," poem. El Crepúsculo. September, 2002.
30 articles on parenting teens for Nickelodeon Website.
"Winter Blues," www.clubmom.com
"Emotion, Morality, and the Right to Die," www.clubmom.com
"Helping a Child with ADD/ADHD Symptoms,"
"Types of Depression," www.clubmom.com
"Attention Deficiency Disorder," www.clubmom.com
"The Soul of Commercialism," www.clubmom.com
"Marked for Life," www.clubmom.com
"Censorship in the Arts", www.clubmom.com
"Strengthening Teenagers to Withstand Peer Pressure," www.clubmom.com
"Special Needs Siblings" and "Handling Sibling Age Differences." Parent's Guide
News, August, 2006.
"A Presidential Blast from the Past,” Positive Parenting Magazine, February, 2006.
“Lessons from Katrina,” LAS Alumni Association Newspaper, February, 2006.
“Tweens and Sleep,” Tween News, December, 2004.
“Kids Who Lose Their Cool," Positive Parenting Magazine, February, 2004.
“Solving the Teen Violence Problem,” Taos News, November, 2003.
"Befriending Trouble," Positive Parenting Magazine, March, 2003.
"Teens: From Trying to Terrific," Positive Parenting Magazine, January, 2003.
"The Best Christmas Presents," Positive Parenting Magazine, December, 2003.
"Best Homework Tips," Positive Parenting Magazine, October, 2002.
"Homework and your Child," Positive Parenting Magazine, August, 2002.
"Toddler Swim Safety," Positive Parenting Magazine, June, 2002.
"Library Ordinance Awaits Town Action," Taos News, November 15, 2001.
"Proposed Library Ordinance Draws Public Ire," Taos News, November 8, 2001.
“Mourners Want Peace, Not War," Taos News, October 18, 2001.
"Six Steps to a Clean Slate," Positive Parenting Magazine, August, 2001.
"Wallowing in Words," (poem) The Writing Parent, September, 2000.
"Animal Control." Talk Back Magazine, April, 1998.
”Taos Day School." Talk Back Magazine, March, 1998.
"Final Exit: Book Review." Talk Back Magazine, June, 1997.
"Artists 10, Festival Organizers 0." Talk Back Magazine, May, 1997.
"Here and Now, If Not Always: Foster Parenting." Talk Back Magazine, April, 1997.
"The Broccoli Cure for Writer's Block." ByLine Magazine, September, 1996.
"Gangs: A New Kind of Family." Talk Back Magazine, September, 1996.
"Mr. Spider's Webs." Talk Back Magazine, September, 1996.
"Overcoming the Back to School Blues." Educating our Children, September, 1996.
"Cleaning Up After Oklahoma." International Risk Management, September, 1995.
"Information Technology Success at Texas Instruments." International Risk
Management, September, 1995.
"Boredom Blasters." Positive Parenting Magazine, September, 1994.
“Lessons from the Lion King." Positive Parenting Magazine. June, 1994.
“Abolish Homework?" Dallas Morning News, Guest Columnist for Education Extra, January, 1994.
"No More Fear of Flying," International Risk Management Journal, February, 1995.
“Keep Learning Alive," Jackson Parents & Kids, Jackson, Mississippi, 1994.
"Art Lessons from Augie N'Kele: The Making of a Creative Kid," Positive Parenting Magazine, 1994.
"Helping Kids Become Creative," (column series) Young Texas Writer, 1993.
"Summer Outings: A Great Homework Project," PTA Today, 1993.
"Jealous Peer Pressure," Positive Parenting Magazine, 1993.
"Hi Tech Homework," Positive Parenting Magazine, 1993.
"PTA Homework Projects," Positive Parenting Magazine, 1993.
"Homework Help for Harried Parents", PTA Today, 1992.
"Color Blindness Is A Handicap," op editorial, The Dallas Morning News, 1992.
"Denny's Mothers," Dallas Child, July, 1992.
"Unraveling Our Stereotypes--One Person At A Time," The Houston Chronicle, 1992.
"Sensitive People Break Stereotypes One By One," Fort Worth Star Telegram, 1992.
"Multicultural Sensitivity," The Cleveland Plain Dealer, 1992.
"College Credit Courses by Open-Circuit Television," Instructional Television: Status and Directions, Ackerman & Lipsitz, Ed., with Theodore Pohrte, 1977.
"A Rationale for Human Investment," Developing the Nation's Workforce, Merle Strong, Editor. With Rupert N. Evans co-author, 1975.
Self-Syndicated Columnist. "Homework Wizardry or "EduCaring" monthly column and/or individual articles were published in Positive Parenting Magazine, The Family Journal, Denver Parent Newsmagazine, Dallas Child, Gwinnett Family Reader, Long Island Parenting News, Parentguide Magazine, San Diego Family Press, Suburban Parent, Vermont Parent & Child, The Kidzette, North Dallas Addresses, Bent Trail Avoir, Today's Publications, The Lakewood Spirit, Jackson Parent & Child, and The Dallas Morning News:
"New School Year Resolutions"
"Parents, Have You Done Your Homework?"
"Bringing Homework Out Of The Bedroom"
"What The Kids Say"
"Teaching Time Management"
"Summer Time Management for Kids"
"Goal Setting for Kids"
"Kids Who Lose Their Cool"
"Mom's Reading Method"
"Straight Talk About Retention"
"Holidays & Homework"
"The Carrot And The Stick"
“Homework: The Job Kids Love To Hate"
"Just Say 'No' To TV"
"Overcoming Student Burn-out"
"The Case Of The Disappearing Homework Papers"
"Homework Survival Strategies"
"Helping A Budding Author to Blossom"
"Sit Still & Concentrate!"
"Helping a Troubled Child"
"A Case of Puppy Love"
"An Educational Bon Voyage"
"Homework Do's and Don'ts"
"Pre-School Homework Readiness"
"College Homework Solutions"
"Wanda for President"
"Gourmet Academics," Dallas Child, 1989.
"The Talented and Gifted Child," Dallas Child, 1989.
"Play Therapy: What's It All About," (in an edited book of readings), 1989.
"Homework Phobia," Dallas Child, October, 1988.
"Testing A Child's IQ," Dallas Child, September, 1988.
"Drug Abuse: A Second Look," Law Enforcement Review, 1985.
"Testing the Talented and Gifted Child," RAGT Newsletter, 1981.
"The High Cost of Giving Up," Scene Magazine, Dallas Morning News. July 5, 1981.
Senate Vice Chair. Yorkville University Faculty Senate. June 2009 - present.
Webinar Presenter. "Multicultural Counselling Strategies" Yorkville University Faculty of Behavioral Sciences, Yorkville University. August 24, 2015.
Webinar Presenter. "From WEIRD to Worldwide: Using Multicultural Counselling Strategies to Enhance Treatment of Mainstream Clients" Yorkville University Faculty of Behavioral Sciences, Yorkville University. April 29, 2015.
Workshop Presenter. "Teaching English to Mexican Students with the Beyond Borders Book: The Natural Approach." Sponsored by the Catalina Foundation. Nayarit, Mexico. December 23, 2014.
Senate Vice Chair. Yorkville University Faculty Senate. June 2009 - present.
City Police Instructor. "Interventions with Mentally Ill Citizens." For San Miguel police officers, San Miguel de Allende Police Academy, San Miguel de Allende, Gto., Mexico. March, 2013.
State Police Instructor. "Avoiding Human Rights Abuses During Interactions with Mentally Handicapped Citizens." For Guanajuato state police officers, San Miguel de Allende Police Academy, San Miguel de Allende, Gto., Mexico. May, 2013.
Teleseminar Presenter. “Positive Parenting.” Positive-Error! Hyperlink reference not valid. 2010.
Continuing Education Workshop. "Multicultural Communication & Ethics for Counsellors." The Empowerment Center, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. February 9, 2011.
Continuing Education Workshop. "Multicultural Communication." Casa Luz, La Manzanilla, Nayarit, Mexico. March 11, 2011.
Continuing Education Workshop. "The New Ethics of Psychology." The Empowerment Center, San Miguel de Allende, Gto., Mexico. October 11, 2009
Continuing Education Instructor. "Communication Effectiveness for Hospice Workers." Hospice San Miguel, San Miguel de Allende, Gto., Mexico, May, 2009.
Continuing Education Instructor. "Ethics in Psychological Treatment: The Slippery Slope." 3-hour Continuing Education Course, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. August, 2008.
Continuing Education Instructor. "Mexican Culture," Biblioteca Publica, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. July 2007.
Workshop Presenter. "Parenting Your Adult Child." Lifepath, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. June, 2007.
Workshop Presenter. “Diagnosis and Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorders.” NM State Association of Addiction Professionals, Silver City, NM. August, 2003.
Workshop Presenter. Life Skills. The Community Against Violence Center/Shelter. Taos, NM 1999.
Consultant. Teaching technical writing and curriculum design to Tiwa pre-school and kindergarten teachers on Taos Pueblo Reservation. Red Willow Head Start Program, Taos, NM. 2004
Workshop Presenter. "Parenting," "Coping with College," "Resume Writing." Fun Ed, Dallas, TX, various semesters.
Consultant. Development of infant and child program, staff development, and supervision of clinical staff. The Family Place Shelter for Battered Women, Dallas, TX.
Consultant. Turtle Creek Manor halfway house for the emotionally disturbed. Staff development and counselor supervision, Dallas, TX.
Symposium Presenter. "Managing the Borderline Patient in an Inpatient Psychiatric Facility," Brookhaven Psychiatric Pavilion, Dallas, TX.
Presenter. "Solving Students' Homework Problems," National Convention of Secondary School Administrators; Green Oaks Hospital; various Dallas area PTAs. Dallas, TX.
Training Consultant. "Inter-racial Sensitivity Training," Tarrant County Sheriff's Department, Ft. Worth, TX.
Training Consultant. "Supervisory Skills Training" workshop, Dallas County Employees, Dallas, TX.
Training Consultant. "Managing the Difficult Client," workshop, Dallas County Probation Department, Dallas, TX.
Training Consultant. "Homework for the New Generation," Region XI administrators and teachers, Texas.
Training Consultant. “Improving Care of Hostile/Aggressive Patients.” Medical Staff Development Program, Green Oaks Psychiatric Hospital, Dallas, TX.
Presenter. "Psychotherapy with the Difficult-To-Treat Patient OR The Joy of Borderlines." Medical Staff Development Program, Green Oaks Psychiatric Hospital, Dallas, TX.
Workshop Leader. "Psychotherapy with Sexually Abused Children." Mental Health Association of Dallas, Dallas, TX.
Keynote Speaker. "The Suicidal Adolescent." Regional PTA Conference, Dallas, TX.
Staff Development Trainer. "Counseling Involuntary and Non-verbal Clients," Dallas County Mental Health/Mental Retardation.
Lecturer. "Getting Kids To Do Their Homework," Green Oaks Hospital Parent Education Program; Carrollton, Watauga, Dallas, and Rockwall PTAs.
Continuing Education Course Provider. "Homework Solutions: A Family Therapy Intervention," Texas Psychological Association, Dallas, TX.
Keynote Speaker. "Bridging The Gap." Missouri Parenting Conference, Cape Girardeau, KS.
Workshop Presenter. "Arming Your Child Against Peer Pressure. Regional PTA Meeting. Colleyville, TX.
Homework Solutions: A Family Therapy Intervention. Paper presented to the Texas Psychological Association. Dallas, 1992.
The Family Dynamics of Childhood Sexual Abuse. Paper summarizing research presented to the American Association of Women Psychologists. Dallas, 1980.
Presentation, "Play Therapy: What's It All About," Texas Psychological Association. Dallas, 1980.
Supervision of Counselors-In-Training. Paper summarizing research presented to the American Personnel and Guidance Association Regional Convention. Kansas City, 1976.
Evaluation of Teaching English by Open-Circuit Television in a Community College: An Examination of Attitudinal and Achievement Variables. Doctoral Dissertation.
Attitudes toward Educational Programming: A Comparison of Vocational, General, and College Preparatory Secondary School Students. Master's Thesis.
American Psychological Association, past member.
American Counseling Association, past member.
Society of Children's Book Writers & Illustrators, past member.
Society of the Muse of the Southwest, past member.
Taos Art Association, volunteer, past member.
Foster Parent's Association, past member.
DFW Writer's Workshop, past member.
National Writer's Union, past member.
Dallas Non-fiction Writer's Group, chairperson.
DFW Non-Fiction Writer's Critique Group, leader.
DFW Writer's Critique Group, founder & chairperson.
Taos Writer's Read-and-Critique Group, founder & chairperson.
American Association of University Women, past member.
Dallas Psychological Association, past member, newsletter editor.
Ethics Committee, Dallas Psychological Association, past member.
American Personnel & Guidance Association, past member.
Organizer/Leader. San Miguel Philosophy Group. November 14, 2014 - present.
Facilitator, Telearaña Book Club. Literary Discussions in Spanish, San Miguel de Allende, September, 2014.
Coordinator, Alternative Treatment Team. Hospice San Miguel, San Miguel de Allende, March, 2010 to July, 2011.
Taos Dreams Literary Contest, Taos, NM, 2004.
Poetry Reading, The Word, Taos, NM, 2004.
SOMOS young writers mentor, 2000-2003.
Poetry Reading, Poets Against the War, Taos, NM, 2001.
Poetry Reading, SOMOS 2003 Winter Series, Taos, NM.
Poetry Reading & Art Exhibition, All Points Gallery, Taos, NM.
Rio Bravo Paint-a-Thon, Taos, NM, 2002.
Taos Community Choir, 2003.
Taos High School Debate Team Judge, 2003.
Storytelling Festival volunteer, 2004.
Poetry Reading, Kid's Poetry Night, Taos, NM.
Volunteer, Taos Community Auditorium, Taos, NM, 1995-2005.
Poetry Reading, “Notes from a Foster Mom,” Taos, NM, 1996.
Contest Judge, Taos Poetry Slam, Taos, NM, 1997.
Volunteer, Taos Talking Picture Festival, Taos, NM, 1997 & 1998.
Technical support volunteer, essay contest judge, LaPlaza Telecommunity, Taos, NM, 1996.
Member, Taos Council of the Arts, Taos, NM.
Volunteer, Taos Art Association, Taos, NM.
Member, volunteer, SOMOS Writer's Organization, Taos, NM 1995-2005.
Panelist, Talk Back Community Forum, Taos, NM.
Member, Taos Bilingual Book Discussion Group, Taos, NM.
Founder & Leader Polish-to-Publish Group, Ft. Worth, TX
DFW Writers' Workshop Adopt-A-School Program presentation to junior high school journalism classes
PENN Women International, Dallas Chapter, creative writing contest judge
PTA District Chairman, Family Life Education Committee, organized programs on psychological topics at 52 schools throughout the district; taught 16 classes
Creative Writing Instructor, Lakewood Library, course for youngsters age 12-18
Visiting artists program, presentations on writing for elementary school students in Dallas and Watauga, TX
La Galerie, Exposition, San Miguel de Allende, 2014
Biblioteca, Exposition, San Miguel de Allende, 2012
Chokecherries Anthology, 2004
1st State Bank, Exposition, Taos, NM, 2004
Stables Art Gallery, Exposition, Taos, NM, 2002
Amigos Bravos Paint-A-Thon, 2002
Café Tazza, Exposition, 2001
Stables Art Gallery, Exposition, Taos, NM 2000
Sunflower Store, Taos, NM, 2000
Bilingual (English & Spanish)
Single, no dependents
Hobbies: Ukulele, drawing
Name when married: Linda Agler