Debra LeDoux

Debra LeDouxActive in education since 1978, Debra has a dynamic sense of societal transformation that comes with multi-generational contact over time. Add to that a Bachelors Degree in Vocational Education, a Masters Degree in Management with an emphasis on Human Resources, English as a Second Language (ESL) training and Safe Zone certification, and that makes Debra a socially- aware person who brings a lot of classroom and real-world experience to the table.

Her circle of friends and family is broad and diverse, giving Debra an up-close-and-personal view of how multi-racial society can – and should – function. She believes that diversity makes any organization or community a richer and more vibrant place. Debra is a “project-oriented” multi-tasker and has a professional range of assets that is balanced with a sense of community involvement.

Debra loves to re-finish old furniture, read a good book and enjoys relaxing with family and friends.  She’s a board member for the Alexandria Literacy Project and volunteers with ESL students.  “Working with the ESL students is an awesome experience. I often feel I get more back from them than I give to them.”

 

Areas of Expertise

·         Diversity 101

·         New Conversations about Race and Racism Facilitator

·         New Conversations: Uncovering Five Myths That Support Racism Facilitator