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Deborah Tillman is a child care specialist who is the host of Lifetime's reality series "America's Supernanny: Family Lockdown."

Frustrated after seven horrific child care provider experiences with her infant son, in 1992 Deborah Tillman ultimately took matters into her own hands by quitting her job as an accountant to start a home-based school where she could provide quality daycare and instruction to her son and other children. An immediate hit among other families in the community, Tillman
Deborah Tillman in "America's Supernanny: Family Lockdown"
Deborah Tillman America's Supernanny: Family Lockdown
soon expanded her business into a 5,600 square foot space with a staff of six serving 45 children. Shortly after that, her center amassed a six-month waiting list and in 1998, she opened a second site to accommodate more than 100 students and 16 full-time staff. Today, Tillman operates three centers in Virginia.

Tillman holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from Upsala College and a Masters Degree in Early Childhood Special Education from George Washington University. She also studied at Oxford University. Tillman has presented workshops on child care throughout the country and is the author of the book Stepping Out on Faith, a guide to opening a quality child care center.

Tillman currently lives with her husband and their son in Virginia.

Deborah Tillman in "America's Supernanny: Family Lockdown" (center) 'America's Supernanny: Family Lockdown' Puts Families on Notice — Premiering Tuesday, January 8, the new season of the Lifetime reality series follows child care specialist Deborah Tillman as she moves in and lives with families desperate for help. Read more...

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