Coming of Age: Detroit – Crossing The Aisle
Carl Levin, the late Michigan Senator who represented The Great Lakes State for 37 years until his retirement in 2015, was a big believer in oversight and bipartisanship. A model of leadership and authenticity, he recognized that effective governance required necessary compromise and worked to find common ground with political rivals and the opposing party from the City Council, to the State House to Capitol Hill.
When we interviewed him in early 2020 just before the start of the COVID pandemic (and about 18 months before his death in July 2021), he spoke passionately about his formidable family history and their many generations of public service, the importance of Judaism in his life and his enthusiasm about the bright future that lay ahead for the city of Detroit.
His work and legacy live on in the work of the Levin Center at Wayne Law, whose mission is to build oversight capacity in legislative bodies at all levels to ensure effective governance.
Noam DromiManaging Director - Reboot Studios
Noam Dromi likes helping people make stuff in the media and technology space (and is known to make things himself on occasion). He’s currently helping others in the Reboot network make stuff as the managing director of Reboot Studio and doing some other things too.
Tiffany WoolfPR Pro and Co-Founder of Silver Screen Studios
Tiffany Woolf has over 25 years of PR experience in arts & entertainment, film, and public interest communications, She was on the Dalai Lama’s PR team (yes, even the world’s most enlightened guru needs some promotion from time to time). In 2018, Tiffany partnered with Reboot to launch Silver Screen Studios, a digital platform of shows, featuring interviews with the legends we love from Carl Reiner, Norman Lear, Marion Ross & Larry King to everyday older role models. Tiffany loves to delight in the absurd, loves old people, a good story or joke, kind people and lobster rolls (kosher of course).