Taught high school in Attica, Indiana.
Critic teacher at University of Chicago High School.
Served as an Associate Professor in Home Economics at the University of Illinois.
Head of Home Economics Education at the University of Georgia, 1934-54.
Developed the Master’s Degree program in Home Economics Education: 28 students completed the Master’s between 1940-53 including seven that became college professors, four completed the doctorate, two were assistant state supervisors of home economics, most served as supervising teachers for the University of Georgia.
Curriculum materials were developed under her leadership in cooperation with the U.S. Office of Education and State Department of Education.
Author of a popular high school clothing textbook, Clothes for Girls, published in 1935.
Honorary Professional Associations: Phi Upsilon Omicron, Pi Lambda Theta, Delta Kappa Gamma, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Nu Society.