Marjorie Yvette Booker was born in Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies. She received her early education in Jamaica and in London, England. After moving to the U.S.A. in 1954 she later graduated from L.I.F.E. Bible College, California State University at Los Angeles (B.A.), Pepperdine University (M.S.) and the American International University (Ph.D.). Dr. Booker, now retired, taught in the L.A.U.S.D. for twenty-eight years, and is the founder and President of the Christian Foundation School, Inc. for the past thirty-nine years. She has literally touched the lives of thousands of children and adults during her years of teaching and ministering. She has received many awards of distinction: Most Admired Woman of the Decade (given by the Board of International Research of the American Biographical Institute); Certificate of Appreciation from the School of Education (University of Southern California). Her autobiographies have been published in Who's Who in California and Foremost Women of the Twentieth Century, 1988, Cambridge, England. In November 1998, Dr. Booker was appointed Supervisor of Women for the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Church of God in Christ. Most of all Dr. Booker loves the Lord and is dedicated to do His will.