Deborah Levine is Editor in-Chief of the American Diversity Report.
She is a Forbes Magazine top Diversity & Inclusion Trailblazer, an award-winning author of 15 books, and has been recognized by the Women’s Federation for World Peace and the TN Economic Council on Women.
Deborah was featured on C-Span/ BookTV and her published articles span decades in journals & magazines: American Journal of Community Psychology, Journal of Public Management & Social Policy, The Bermuda Magazine, The Harvard Divinity School Bulletin.
A former blogger with The Huffington Post, she is now an opinion columnist with The Chattanooga Times Free Press.
Tune in now and get Deb0rah Levine’s thoughts on:
- How did Deborah’s father’s World War II memoir influence her life’s work in social justice?
- What was the emotional journey behind Deborah’s decision to publish her memoir after her father’s passing?
- How did Deborah turn her memoirs into a documentary, and what were the challenges she faced in this process?
- What lessons can we learn from Deborah’s experience in selecting content for her memoirs and turning them into impactful narratives?
- How did writing her memoirs transform Deborah’s professional and personal life, and what message does her journey convey to aspiring authors?
- And much, much more!