Deborah Levine Speaks At Heritage House March 10

Saturday, March 2, 2013

Deborah Levine, nationally award winning author, and blogger for the Huffington Post, will be at the Heritage House in East Brainerd on March 10 for Love, Leadership and History: A gift to generations.

Ms. Levine, president of the American Diversity Report, will present a collection of stories and readings comprised of excerpts from her books including her latest “ Inspire Your Inner Global Leader” and her extensive collection of letters written during World War 2, between a Jewish husband stationed in Europe and working as a military intelligence  officer in Germany and his young wife back in the United States.  

The afternoon will include discussions, demonstrations and a book signing. Doors open at 2:30 p.m. and Ms. Levine begins at 3 p.m.  There is no charge to attend this event.  

The event is presented by Deborah Levine, The American Diversity Report and city of Chattanooga, Department of Education, Arts & Culture.

Inspire Your Inner Global Leader is #1 on Goodreads’ International Development Listopia.  The book served as a text book for Chattanooga’s Youth Global Leadership Class and has gained national attention.

For more information contact The Heritage House at 855-9474 holley_c@chattanooga.gov  or contact Ms. Levine at 867-3941, info@diversityreport.com. Heritage House is in Heritage Park at 1428 Jenkins Road.


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