Pulpit Speaker: Stacey Dinner-Levin
During Shabbat for the Soul Services
Mount Zion member Stacey Dinner-Levin received her MA in Human Development from St. Mary’s University and BAs in Social Work and Women’s Studies from the University of Minnesota. For five years she led the PACER Center “Count Me In” program promoting disability awareness to schoolchildren. She is the mother of four boys, the eldest of whom was diagnosed with autism in 1993. Autistic License, Dinner-Levin’s first full-length play, was named one of the Ten Best Plays Of 2007 by the St. Paul Pioneer Press and was featured American Theater Magazine in 2010. Dinner-Levin is a Disability Council Member for Mixed Blood Theater and an Advisory Board Member for the Reelabilities Film Festival.