American Diversity Report
DEBORAH LEVINE has 33 years experience in speaking, coaching, and training on cultural diversity and competence. Deborah works with government agencies, corporations, universities, and professional associations. She is Editor-in-Chief of the American Diversity Report, an award-winning author of 14 books and a newspaper opinion columnist. She grew up in British Bermuda, worked & studied across the US and is headquartered in Tennessee. Her education includes advanced degrees in anthropology, religion, and urban planning.
Deborah has served as executive director to Jewish Federations, an advisor to the US Global Leaders Coalition, and Volkswagen Diversity Council member. She continually invents new paths to cultural competence and founded the DuPage/Chicago Interfaith Resource Network, the Southeast Women’s Council on Diversity, the Youth Multicultural Video Contest, and the Chattanooga Global Leadership Class. As Education Director of an International Rotary e-Club, she mentors young entrepreneurs in Africa.