Bruce Levine

Consultant

    Bruce A. Levine is Director of both the Education Policy program and the Educational Improvement and Transformation program at the School of Education, Drexel University, as well as Assistant Clinical Professor of Education and resident faculty member in Drexel’s Washington, DC offices. His work in education currently focuses on, among other things, the intersection of the public and private sectors in the education field; the relationship between the US education system and workforce development; and new educational models for addressing issues of equity and access to quality education. 

    Prior to joining Drexel, Levine spent almost 25 years in the fields of law, management consulting, start-up management, and economic and workforce development.  He has been associated with some of the leading firms and organizations in their respective fields: Skadden Arps in law; Deloitte and Booz Allen in management consulting; Fantus in economic development consulting and site selection.  Throughout his consulting career (which continues) and tenure as c-level executive in two start-ups, Levine’s focus has been on strategic planning and strategy implementation.

    Levine is currently the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Maryland-based Workforce Solutions Group, a not-for-profit workforce services provider to government agencies and not-for-profits, and a Board member of its sister social enterprise, Workforce Solutions Associates, which seeks to provide staffing and job opportunities for disadvantaged populations.  He is also President of the Southwest Neighborhood Assembly of Washington, DC, which is the civic organization for over 13,000 residents of  the Southwest quadrant of that city, and Treasurer of the Southwest Community Foundation, which provides funding to workforce, educational and other initiatives.

    Mr. Levine holds a B.A in American Studies magna cum laude from Hamilton College, a Masters of Public Administration from the University of Pennsylvania’s Fels Center of Government, and a J.D. from New York University School of Law.