Deb Levine

Deb Levine, MA Senior Program Officer


Deb Levine has been the Senior Program Officer for the Gender Equity Unit at Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Data for Health Initiative since its inception. She is a seasoned health educator with more than 20 years leadership experience in science translation, program development and evaluation, and production of educational materials, including white papers, peer-reviewed articles, and digital products using SMS messaging, video, and websites. She has spent her career advocating for women and girls’ health and wellness, first as the creator of Columbia University’s Go Ask Alice, then as the Founder of (youth+tech+health) and as the winner of the White House challenge, Apps against Abuse. She is known for innovative health education methodology used to prevent illness and improve the health of all genders. She received a BSW from Cornell University and an MA from New York University Gallatin. Deb is an avid cook and foodie and loves to try new restaurants around the world.

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