Maxine spearheaded the movement to legalize astrology in Atlanta and, in 1969, became Georgia's first licensed astrologer. She was one of the founding members of the Atlanta Board of Astrology Examiners, a cofounder of the Metropolitan Atlanta Astrological Society and the first vice president of the American Federation of Astrologers. Maxine was CNN's on-air astrologer when the network went live in the early 1980s, and she has appeared as a guest on Larry King's international talk show. Maxine and her predictions have also been broadcast on ABC, CBS and NBC, as well as through national and international radio stations.
She has been featured and profiled in publications across the country, including the Wall Street Journal and the Atlanta Business Chronicle, and has also published six astrology books. Today Maxine's keen astrological insight assists clients in making critical decisions when it comes to life, love, career finances and, ultimately, happiness.