Deborah Levine serves on the Board and on the Washington D.C. Advisory Council at Avodah.
Deborah Levine is a lawyer at the Neighborhood Legal Services Program where she advises clients on housing, family, consumer, and disability issues. She has volunteered with the D.C. Bar Pro Bono Program Bankruptcy Clinic, the D.C. Superior Court Family Self-Help Center, and has taught financial literacy at the Calvary Women’s Services. She serves on the Board of LearnServe International, an organization that trains high school students in social entrepreneurship so they can make change in their communities. Prior to joining NLSP, Deborah worked at the Securities and Exchange Commission as a senior counsel in the Office of General Counsel and in the Division of Enforcement, and as a litigation associate at WilmerHale.