Judith Levin has served as Senior Director of Older Adult Services at Greenwich House since 2015. She has oversight of all services delivered at the organization’s four centers, social work case management, and two off-site service programs.
Under her watch, Greenwich House has expanded service significantly, serving more than 1,700 seniors each year. Greenwich House is currently the top provider of services to people ages 60+ in Greenwich Village. Levin joined the organization in 2012 as a social worker, working with their older adults.
Levin has focused on the needs of older adults her entire career. She has several decades of extensive experience in healthcare administration, managed long-term care, Alzheimer’s and dementia care, program management, supervision and interdisciplinary collaboration. She has worked for places such as: Independence Care System, Coalition of the Institutionalized Aged and Disabled, United Hospital Fund, and other long-term care programs.
Levin obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree from Clark University and a Master’s degree in Social Work from Columbia University School of Social Work.