Debra Beebee is one of 16 castaways aiming to outwit, outplay, and outlast the rest in Survivor: Tocantins.
Despite being 46 years old, she believes she can be a force to be reckoned with. The school principal based in Auburn, Alabama once trained alongside Olympic athletes, and continues keeping up with her active routine in her work. She manages to juggle responsibilities both to her husband and five kids, and to the many students, faculty and staff she oversees. Her work ethic led her to win “Alabama’s Principal of the Year” honors, but she still keeps time for herself.
She believes that her work made her able to deal with interpersonal politics—a guarantee between tribe members—as well as being a natural leader. To get to the top spot, though, she hopes to rely on her competitive nature, and her ability to focus on others’ weaknesses and use it to her advantage.