Sandy Lesberg was in broadcasting for 20 years in New York, mostly on WOR. He wrote 40 books, was consultant to several airlines, credit card companies and international hotel groups, is the founding director of Master Chefs Institute, President of the Center for World Hunger Control, and was founding director of the first International Chocolate festival, now in its tenth year. Sandy was the first American writer in liberated East Jerusalem -- he stayed at American Colony hotel. He lived 20 years in Europe and Africa before returning to U.S.
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