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Deborah J. Levine
Award-winning author/Editor, American Diversity Report
DEBORAH J. LEVINE is the editor of the American Diversity Report and award-winning author. Brought up in colonial British Bermuda and inserted into America as a young girl, Deborah has degrees in cultural anthropology, urban planning, and numerous culture-related fellowships. Headquartered in Chattanooga TN, she designs programs and resources for cross-cultural expertise, global leadership, and religious diversity literacy. Her book, Going Southern: The No-Mess Guide to the South, is a blend of history, storytelling with practical cross-cultural instruction for expats & transplants navigating Southern culture.
Deborah is the founder of the SE Women’s Council on Diversity and the DuPage/Chicago Interfaith Resource Network. She has been staff and/or consultant to the American Jewish Committee, the Central Conference of American Rabbis, and Jewish Federations. She is a 2013 recipient of the Diversity Champion Award and has received awards from the Tennessee Economic Task Force on Women; Girls Inc/ Chattanooga; American Planning Association/Chicago; National Catholic Press Association. Her book, Teaching Curious Christians about Judaism, was taken to the Vatican as a gift for Pope Francis.