Michael “Mickey” Levitan is adjunct professor in philanthropic studies and a visiting fellow focusing on the impact and sustainability of social service nonprofits. He will teach a community service seminar.
Levitan has an unusual combination of leadership and entrepreneurial experiences in the business, nonprofit, and government sectors. He was founder and CEO of Courseload, Inc. and a C-suite executive for national corporations.
He previously served Save the Children and the Peace Corps in in-country leadership roles. Levitan earned an M.B.A. at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, an M.A. in international agricultural economics at Stanford Food Research Institute and a B.A. with high distinction in interdisciplinary international studies at Dartmouth College.