DEBORAH LEVINE is an award-winning author who teaches writing, storytelling and blogging. Her cutting-edge writing has been featured on The Huffington Post and on CSPAN-BOOKTV. Her books have won a National Press Association Award and named a Finalist in the 1970 New Generation of Indie Books/ Memoirs. Her workshops combine anthropology with storytelling for team building by banks, hospitals, government agencies, NGOs, manufacturers, and universities.
Deborah is Editor-in-Chief of the magazine, American Diversity Report, which features blog articles by dozens of writers from around the world. Deborah taught writing at the College of Engineering and computer Science/University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Brought up in Bermuda, educated at Harvard, New York University, and the U. of Illinois at Chicago, she is a cross-cultural communications coach for international executives.