DEBORAH ROBINSON is an award-winning journalist, author, producer, documentary filmmaker, and serial entrepreneur. Her strengths are investigative journalism, politics, spirituality, religion, and she has a niche for lifestyle interviews. She’s interviewed diverse newsmakers from David Duke to Louis Farrakhan and she’s sat one-on-one with celebrities and newsmakers from around the world. Deborah is a former lifestyle expert for At Home Las Vegas, the former anchor of Deborah Interviews on The Immigration Law Channel, a former contributor to Fresh Outlook Magazine and a former correspondent for Black Entertainment Television (BET) News. DEBORAH also served as a Fellow to the Obama for America 2012 campaign where she worked in the media office for the State of Nevada. Touted by former Arkansas Governor and Presidential Candidate Mike Huckabee as the best journalist in the State of Arkansas, DEBORAH spent her early broadcast career in Little Rock where she served as news director at a local radio station and managed an independent television station where she created and executive produced television programs. With a degree in Broadcast Journalism from The University of Arkansas at Little Rock and Master’s Degree studies in Journalism, DEBORAH has won several awards for her news and public affairs coverage, including the cable industry's prestigious Crystal Award, a regional award from VH-1, and a national award from the Arts & Entertainment Channel. She has contributed stories, research, and sources to all major news media including CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, BBC, the AP and more. While currently producing a documentary and ghost-writing several books, DEBORAH now brings her business, journalism, and television experience full circle as Executive Producer of The Deborah Interviews Show and CEO of emmmc (pronounced M.C.), an entertainment, media, marketing, and management company based in Atlantic City. Her life’s passion and purpose are to seek and communicate truth through her work in the media.