Deedra Abboud recently made the headlines when she ran for U.S. Senate across the state of Arizona. Deedra is known for her advocacy against bullying and she recently narrated her campaign journey in “Campaign Chronicles,” detailing how she was able to help people understand her position, demonstrating her mastery of handling candid, difficult, and even shocking conversations that happened on her campaign trail.
Meaningful conversations have been somewhat difficult in recent times with millions of people struggling to connect in deeper ways. Deedra Abboud, is looking to teach people how to effectively communicate in her new book titled “Campaign Chronicles: A Journal Of Conversations On My Wild US Senate Campaign All Over Arizona.”
Deedra Abboud looks to help people start conversations in what can be described as a communication guide, demonstrating how she masterfully handled conversations that really happened on the campaign trail while running for U.S. Senate.
The book contains funny and witty commentary, with both insight and introspection on how readers can plant seeds during almost any conversation. Deedra hopes to encourage readers to engage in civil dialogue that brings people together and builds helpful human interaction.
“Campaign Chronicles: A Journal Of Conversations On My Wild US Senate Campaign All Over Arizona” is currently on Amazon, with the kindle version available free from March 8th to 10th, 2021.
For more information about “Campaign Chronicles: A Journal Of Conversations On My Wild US Senate Campaign All Over Arizona” and other works from Deedra Abboud, please visit – https://deedra4bos.com/. Deedra Abboud can also be found across several social media platforms, including Facebook and Twitter.
About Deedra Abboud
Deedra Abboud is a civil rights and social justice advocate of more than 15 years, living her values of inclusivity and diversity of people and opinions on a daily basis. Originally from Arkansas, Deedra works as a business owner and attorney giving her insight on fiscal responsibility as well as community concerns around due process and potential lawsuits based on her values of transparency, accountability, and accessibility.