Marc Levin, MSW
Marc has 15 years of experience consulting for and directing the development programs of nonprofit health, criminal justice, and human rights organizations, including the Guttmacher Institute, The Centre for Population and Development Activities, Global Rights, and The Sentencing Project.
During that time, Marc has raised more than $50 million from U.S. government agencies (including the U.S. Agency for International Development, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration), European governments, the United Nations and World Bank, and more than 25 U.S. foundations.
Prior to entering the development field, Marc worked for 22 years as a social worker in the mental health field. Specifically, he served as a clinician specializing in children and adolescents, as a mental health center director, and as a faculty member of several New York-area schools of social work. Marc also worked as a consultant to hospitals, schools, and social service agencies, advising them on how to promote the mental health of children and families. In addition, he co-established the first county jail mental health program in New Jersey.