Deb Adler has been entertaining diverse audiences professionally for nearly 60 years. Trained in both music and theater, Deb’s performance background includes glee clubs, choruses, madrigals, classical choral unions, folk groups, and solo performances. She appeared as a member of the Wayne State University Symphonic Choir with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra at Detroit’s Ford Auditorium; Carnegie Hall in New York City, and The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC.
Deb’s formal training includes a B.F.A. in Theater and an M.F.A. in Acting. She has produced two recordings of original songs featuring her on all vocals, percussion, and 6- and 12-string acoustic guitars and performed throughout the Midwest and Eastern U.S. in the 1970’s and 80’s.
Deb has been a volunteer and program facilitator with The Learning Center for Human Development since 1986. Founded in 1959, LCFHD is an international 501(3)c non-profit educational organization with over 300 million members world-wide.
Deb has studied with her Spiritual Mentor and Elder, Pa’Ris’Ha for 35 years, is an interfaith minister and has 41 years of experience working with people in recovery from addiction and co-addiction.