Debbie was born in Manhattan and involuntarily discharged to the rural Hudson Valley, where – like any ostentatious teenager trapped in suburbia – she remade Darren Aronofsky films in a parking lot.
Fusing both creative and strategy, she has since produced long-form, social, documentary, and scripted content for brands, publishers, and non-profits.
Working alongside showrunners and executives at Showtime and HBO, Debbie also developed and produced campaigns and multi-platform experiences to support award-winning TV series including Homeland, Dexter, The Knick, Ray Donovan, Insecure, Shameless, and House of Lies.
Debbie holds a B.F.A. from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and an M.S. in Media Management from The New School. She lives in Brooklyn, where she watches an embarrassing amount of Youtube.