Dr. Peggy

Executive Director, Global Outlook Educational Services, Chicago, Illinois

Tutor, Club Z In-Home Tutoring Services, Chicago, Illinois

Instructor of composition, Olivet Nazarene University, Bourbonnais, Illinois

Organizer, Metro Seniors in Action, Chicago, Illinois.

Instructor in Adult Education, Trinity International University, Deerfield, Illinois. 

Case Manager, Centers for New Horizons, Chicago, Illinois.

Coordinator, Research and Outreach, Office of International Education, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois

Instructor, Foundations in Education, College of Education, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois. 

Instructor, Composition, Columbia College, Chicago, Illinois.                     

Instructor, Writing and African-American Women in U.S. History, Roosevelt University, Chicago, Illinois.

Adult Educator, City Colleges of Chicago at Kennedy-King College, Adult Learning Skills Program, Chicago, Illinois.                       

Instructor, African -American Literature and Writing, Chicago State University, Chicago, Illinois.

Instructor, Religious Education; Composition and Grammar, Chicago Baptist Institute, Chicago, Illinois.

Director, Young Scribes Workshop, Chicago, Illinois.

Founder and Director, Faith Programs Inc. Chicago, Illinois.

Co-host, “Religious Forum” with Dr. Walter B. Hoard, Station WSSD, Chicago,  Illinois.

Educational Consultant Associated Urban Ministries of the Presbytery of Chicago, Illinois.

Supervisor, Weekday Religious Education, The Church Federation of Greater Chicago. Chicago, Illinois.

Caseworker, Cook County Department of Public Aid, Chicago, Illinois.

Parish Worker, Lutheran Church of America, Chicago, Illinois.

Urban Research Assistant, Project Spectrum in Chicago, Illinois.  Sponsored by  National Student YWCA.

Program Director, Blue Hill Christian Center, Roxbury, Massachusetts.  Sponsored by Boston Baptist City Society.


Doctor of Education in Adult Continuing Education, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois. Dissertation Topic: “A Qualitative Investigation of Internationalization of Curricula in the Field of Adult Education: Implications for Colleges of Education.”  Cognate: Communication.

Master of Arts in Inner City Studies, Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, Illinois. Thesis: “Ruling Families in the Medieval Middle East.”

Master of Divinity, Chicago Theological Seminary, Chicago, Illinois. Specializing in Christian Education. Thesis: “Justice Building with Fifth and Sixth Graders.”

Master of Religious Education, Andover Newton Theological School, Newton Centre, Massachusetts. Thesis: “The Mission of the Church in Establishing Ecumenical Relationships among Youth.”

Bachelor of Science in Education, Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts. Major: Elementary Education, Minor: Social Studies.

International Study Programs: South Africa; Mexico City, Mexico; India; Egypt; Togo,  West Africa; Senegal, West Africa.


 Healthy Soul Cuisine from the Heart of Appalachia, Global Outlook Educational Services,  Chicago, Illinois.

Talking Treasures, Folk stories of African- Americans in Appalachia. Scribes Publications, Chicago, Illinois.

Connections, an adult reader. Contemporary Books, Chicago, Illinois.

Staff writer for Aim Magazine, Chicago, Illinois.

Contributed to Teaching toward a Faithful Vision, Peace Education

Discipleship Resources, Nashville, Tennessee.

Author of Primary Uniform Series, American Baptist Churches USA, Valley Forge, Pennsylvania.

Designed and contributed to Building Justice, Bible course for fifth and sixth graders, United Church Press, Boston, MA, 1970.