Deborah J. Whitman
Deborah J. Whitman is the founder and President of a nonprofit organization called Environmental Voices that provides research and education about toxic chemicals and how they affect our health and the environment.
In addition, Deborah is an award-wining and published photographer/writer and a documentary filmmaker. She is currently working on her book and screenplay titled, “The Canary”, which is based her life experiences trying to expose the dangers of toxic chemicals.
The first documentary she produced was “Sky Lines” which documents the Northern California grass-roots’ movement to expose the health and environmental affects of geo-engineering programs. The most recent documentary short that she co-produced and co-directed is titled, “Breaking Ground for Peace”. She is currently conducting research for two other documentaries titled, “Our Dead and Dying Trees” and “Our Toxic World”. They are both about how toxic chemicals around the world are destroying our planet earth and all living things that inhabit it.
Deborah has been on numerous television/radio shows, appeared in documentaries like “What in the World are They Spraying?” and “Air Auschwitz”. She has made many public presentations including speaking at the University of California, Davis, CA, at the California Environmental Protection Agency and at local/state/federal meetings relating to toxic chemicals.
Some of her other experiences include: President of Northern California Writers and Filmmakers; Public Relations Officer for Friends of Pioneer Park; Parent Advisor for Title 1 – ECE Program for the Redding, CA School District and a Newsletter Publisher/Editor.
Deborah retired after 26 years of service to the State of California as a Contract Administrator, Analyst and Small Business Advocate. As the President of Environmental voices and an environmental analyst and activist, she is now dedicated to educating people about the dangers of toxic chemicals and hopes to motivate others to speak out and take action in an effort to make the earth a healthier place in which to live.