Deborah Levine is Founder and Editor-in-Chief of the American Diversity Report. She’s also an award-winning author of 14 books. As an inclusion pioneer, her articles are published in national and international journals.
She has 33 years experience in designing inclusion, cultural competence, and unconscious bias resources. Her advanced degrees include: BS in Cultural Anthropology, MA in Urban Planning, MA in Religion, and history fellowships. She is now a popular keynoter and workshop facilitator. You can hear her speak at universities, corporations, national conferences, and service associations.
Her passion for making a difference led her to create the ADR more than a dozen years ago. She founded the DuPage Interfaith Resource Network and Tennessee’s Women’s Council on Diversity. She currently serves as Education Director of a Rotary International E-Club. Click for Complete BIO.
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