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      Book overview

      This Paperback Edition of Elizabeth Pipko's Finding My Place: Making My Parents' American Dream Come True is autographed by Elizabeth Pipko.

      Think you know Elizabeth Pipko? Guess again.

      She’s been described by many as a rising star in the Conservative movement, but how did she get here? And more importantly, did she ever plan to?

      In Finding My Place, Elizabeth takes us back to the beginning. As the daughter of immigrants and a proud religious Jew, Elizabeth dives into the core of what drives her: the sacrifices of her parents and grandparents and all that they had to endure to make sure that she had the opportunity to live the American dream.

      With an emphasis on her faith and her upbringing, where she pinpoints the lessons and moments that she knew would dictate her future, Elizabeth takes us on a journey that started long before she was even born. From heartbreak and injury to triumph and recognition, to her start as a figure skater, a writer, a model, and eventually a political activist, Elizabeth takes us along on her journey of finding her place in the world of sports, fashion, Judaism, politics, and so much more.

      Finding My Place is the behind-the-scenes look at everything she has yet to tell the world.

      Get your Elizabeth Pipko autographed book today!

      Product Details

      • Pages: 240 pages
      • Publisher: Post Hill Press
      • Release Date: August 25, 2020
      • ISBN-13: 9781642935592
      • Edition: Autographed Paperback Edition

      About The Author

      Elizabeth Pipko is the founder and president of The Exodus Movement and a proud Jewish activist. She is a former Trump 2016 campaign staffer and Wilhelmina model. In 2019 she was honored by the Batsheva organization for “lighting the way for Jewish women worldwide.”