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Author Deborah Levine,
Deborah is an award-winning author, trainer, and inspirational speaker. Her lifetime passion for cross-cultural work began with a childhood as one of few Jewish families in the British colony of Bermuda and grew with her insertion into the New York City area in grade school. As a teenage activist, she joined her first civil rights picket line in 1965, was an early volunteer with SNCC, and joined the first Women’s Liberation March in NYC circa 1970. With degrees in cultural anthropology and urban planning, Deborah spent decades developing cultural programming. Having served as an executive for Jewish advocacy organizations across the USA, Deborah is now headquartered in Tennessee and consults on projects that broaden the Southern - Global Connection. GOING SOUTHERN: Deborah's latest book combines history, humor, and storytelling for New Southerners: expats & US transplants. . In Going Southern: The No-Mess Guide to Success in the South. She shares her acculturation work and her personal journey relocating to the South almost 20 years ago. As a regional Civic Leader, Deborah has won awards from TN Economic Task Force on Women and Girls Inc,/Chattanooga.
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