Lesli Moore Dahlke is a Southern Californian native. Being a native is a rarity for most “Californians,” who frequently come from other places in the country. But, proudly, I was born and raised in the bright beautiful Golden State.
I describe myself as a lucky child of the 50’s greatly loved by my parents. It was a time of innocence, a time when life was as gentle as a warm breeze. It was a time of growing up during the halcyon days.
I was raised in the San Fernando Valley, one of the original vast booming post-World War II suburbs of Los Angeles. I grew up in the shadows of tinsel-town’s glamour, its glitter and the glory days of Hollywood. My father, Del Moore, was a noted and successful television and movie actor.
I received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from California State University, Northridge. My degree was as a practitioner of Television and Film Production. My secondary emphasis was on the written word of journalism. As my career began, I pursued a successful career in Television Media Production.
My credits include commercial film production, and numerous areas of television production, including producing live sports programming.
I was the Supervising Associate Producer for the award-winning documentary, “The Eisenhower Years,” for The Discovery Channel, as well as for PBS Network programming. I also supervised the production of PBS Telecourses, the front-runner to today’s on-line universities.
I headed the production staff that produced the first cable series for the Playboy Channel and various other ventures.
I currently write articles as an Environmental Contributor, for the Salem-News.com on-line newspaper and have graciously accepted the position as Founder of The Oneness Foundation. A not-for-profit foundation established in 2015 committed to supporting, protecting and managing all of the world’s people in service to humanity.
Although my industry experiences were vast, challenging, and never routine, my most challenging experiences were yet to come.
I was diagnosed with three virulent cancers caused by exposure to the carcinogenic Agent Orange while traveling with the USO, as an innocent 18-year old girl, in a war-torn Vietnam.
As of this date, I live daily with two rare and active cancers attributed to Agent Orange exposure.
I never miss a moment of this beautiful life. I am always filling my heart with remarkable memories of this wonderful journey we call life
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