Deborah Sable is a trained dancer armed with a law degree. A graduate of SUNY Albany and Sarah Lawrence with a B.A. in English and Communications, Deborah performed all over the world! After completing her dancing career she earned her Juris Doctorate from Southwestern University School of Law. With her background in the arts she became an entertainment contracts negotiator crafting deals on behalf of musicians ranging from Leonard Bernstein to U2.
As a young child Deb volunteered alongside her mother for ORT, an international organization that transforms lives through training and education. As she got older she volunteered and marched for various causes but Deb’s activism kicked into high gear in 2008 when she served as a key leader in California State Headquarters for the 2008 Obama Campaign. Deborah’s lawyerly brilliance and dancer’s agility were in full display as she trained and led volunteers in data and phone banking. She was front and center in North America’s largest phone bank, where thousands of volunteers (and dozens of celebrities!) made millions of phone calls into every swing state in the country.
In 2009, Deb was named Volunteer of the Year for her pro bono work at Bet Tzedek Legal Services Conservatorship Clinic. The following year, she was the Talent Coordinator of the inaugural Gold Coast International Film Festival and produced their very first podcast.
After working for the 2012 Obama campaign in her native New York, Deb then served as a Congressional District Leader for U2 frontman Bono’s advocacy group ONE.org. She built, taught and led a volunteer team to lobby elected officials in their districts and on Capitol Hill. She advocated on behalf of life-saving legislation such as the Electrify Africa Act, GAVI (early childhood vaccinations) and the Global Fund to end HIV/AIDS.
In addition to her work developing partnerships with VotePlan.org, Deborah is a talent agent and manager, representing musicians and artists. She is also an accomplished photographer whose images have been featured in the New York Times, Hemmings Classic Car Magazine, art galleries and at various musical venues throughout New York City.
Deb is a privacy advocate and does not have any personal social media. Feel free to reach her through our contact page.