Libbe HaLevy is a journalist and award-winning playwright who was one mile from the nuclear meltdown at Three Mile Island in Pennsylvania when it happened in 1979.
She is currently Producer/Host of Nuclear Hotseat, a weekly international news magazine on "All Things Anti-Nuclear." Now in its fifth year, Nuclear Hotseat is downloaded in podcast form in 38 countries on six continents, and has received as many as half a million hits in a week.
Libbe authored the memoir, Yes, I Glow in the Dark! One Mile from Three Mile Island to Fukushima and Beyond, available as an ebook on Amazon.com. She co-created the Radiation Awareness Protection Talk (RAPT) program, which covers best known ways to minimize radiation's impact on our health and genetic future.
She has been a TEDxPasadena speaker, an interviewee on innumerable mainstream media and online programs, and since the Fukushima nuclear disaster began, lectures on the need for the best possible radiation protection for companies doing business in and with Japan.
During an extensive career in broadcasting, she worked for WGN, WGBH, 20th Century Fox, Norman Lear's production companies, and several local radio stations. An experienced life, business and writing coach (clients include Julie Andrews) and sought-after public speaker and interviewee, Libbe's current intention is to land a cable or satellite deal for Nuclear Hotseat.