Ladies, Can We Talk?
About This Show
Debbie Georgatos hosts “Ladies, Can We Talk?” (LCWT) which is the name of her first book. Debbie graduated from Georgetown Law School in 1982, and worked as a labor and employment litigation attorney on the management/employer side in a large San Diego corporate law firm that later evolved into DLA Piper. Today Debbie is an author, grassroots Republican activist, and public speaker. She travels the country urging women and all Americans to speak up for liberty, the Constitution, limited government, free markets, and conservative solutions to America’s challenges. She ties these big concepts to issues Americans care about in our daily lives. Debbie brings a message of strength, empowerment and hope, urging women and everyone to embrace liberty. Her message is a strong antidote to the efforts by the American Left to convince women that the best they can do in life is to demand the growth of dependency-producing programs and the expansion of government’s control over our lives and our country. Debbie served as a Guest Lecturer at Southern Methodist University’s Women’s Economic Forum, and addressed the Quarterly Republican Congressional Spouses Speakers Series in Washington D.C. She has been interviewed on conservative talk radio, and on NPR about why conservative answers are better for women, and everyone. “Ladies, Can We Talk? America Needs Our Vote!” is available in print and electronic formats, and in Spanish, on Amazon. It has been described as a “must read” by Rafael Cruz, (Ted Cruz’s dad), who translated the book into Spanish for her. Debbie was born and raised in Schenectady, New York. She and her husband Eric married in 1985, and have three young adult children, all good conservatives. To read more about Debbie, order her book or make a speaking request, go to www.ladiescanwetalk.org. Email Debbie at firstname.lastname@example.org.Read more »