Daphna Ziman has worked and traveled tirelessly to fix the flaws of the child protective system to help at-risk and foster youth. Her first-hand experience, having adopted her daughter after rescuing her from a homeless shelter, inspired her debut novel The Gray Zone.
As the founder and chairperson of Children Uniting Nations, a charity that provides foster children with devoted, non-paid mentors, she successfully lobbied to amend the Family Preservation Act, ensuring safety of children returning home after foster care.
Daphna and I will be discussing about her life’s journey and her new book.
Please call 347.327.9995 on Tuesday July 26th from 10-11 am U.S. CT to join us live on the air with your questions and comments.