Debbie Hackett is a behavioral health specialist with 30+ years’ experience. As a therapist and master level social worker Debbie has helped individuals, couples, and families find solutions they can readily implement into their lives. She has taught behavioral health at university level for more than 9 years and continues as a field instructor for social work students at the master’s level. Debbie facilitates a seminar that teaches attendees to embrace their authentic self thus improving their relationships in all areas of their lives. Debbie’s goal in life is world peace starting with herself. You can contact Debbie by email at email@example.com.
What causes are closest to your heart? Why?
World Peace - Ending violence due to oppression. I have seen the result of self acceptance and the acceptance of others and it is nothing short of amazing. We must be change makers in ourselves and that will have a monumental ripple effect on the world.
Common Ground - Finding common ground with those I disagree with in an effort to be a we humanity rather than an us and them rivalry.
Reduce our carbon footprint. - Through constant vigilance and education on Climate Change and what we can do to slow it down and adjust to the changes. I want the next generations to have clean water, air, and a habitat that is sustainable.
"Be the Change you want to see in the world."
This year marks my 10th year back in the Greater Cincinnati area. Hailing from Memphis, TN, I currently serve as Insights & Research Advisor for FedEx Services within its Insights, Innovation & Design organization. I am a deeply driven...
Tina Bojanowski is the state representative for District 32 in Louisville, KY. She is also a special education teacher for Jefferson County Public Schools.
Tina's goal is to ensure that everyone's voice is heard in Frankfort. She is advocating for individuals and families with mental health concerns and disabilities. She is also a strong proponent for public education.
Driving change from a minority party role requires building relationships with all stakeholders in order to make the world a better place for everyone.
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