Marci Levin is a grant writer and researcher for the Kirov Academy of Ballet of Washington, DC, a world-class boarding school where serious students prepare for a career in classical ballet. She is in charge of prospect research, strategic planning and grant writing. Previously, Ms. Levin was responsible for grant research and grant writing at The Textile Museum in Washington. She was Grants Manager for Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington, and prior to that, was with Levine School of Music. Earlier, she represented cities and colleges before Congress and federal agencies, after serving as Director of State Relations for the Corporation for National Service’s Office of Intergovernmental Affairs during the Clinton Administration.
Ms. Levin is on the Board of Directors of Career Catchers, a Maryland nonprofit, and is a member of the Women’s Leadership Group of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington. She also serves on the Advisory Board of Reel Fathers. Originally from New Castle, PA, Ms. Levin is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University, and received her Grant Professionals Certification in 2007. She is a resident of Chevy Chase, MD, and is the proud grandmother of two girls.