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Marc Levin
Development Consultant

Marc Levin directs The Sentencing Project’s fundraising efforts. He has 15 years of experience directing the development programs of non-profit human rights and international health organizations, including the Guttmacher Institute, Free the Slaves and Global Rights. His breadth of experience includes raising funds from private foundations and individuals, as well as from U.S. and European governments and multilateral organizations, including the United Nations, WHO and World Bank.

Levin worked in the mental health field for 25 years as a clinician, adjunct and assistant professor of social work at New York, Rutgers, and Fordham Universities, and consultant to medical facilities, schools and social service agencies on how to promote the mental health of children. He has long been active as a volunteer in the struggle for prisoner’s rights with groups such as the ACLU and National Association of Social Workers, and co-established the first county jail mental health program in New Jersey. He received his Master of Social Work from the City University of New York.

Written By Marc Levin
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December 11, 2012

Raising Funds for Criminal Justice Advocacy

This webinar provided training on criminal justice advocacy fundraising strategies, including best practices for identifying potential funders, cultivating relationships with foundations, and submitting grant proposals.