Ms. Levy has had guest appearances on CNBC, CNN, NBC’s Live at 5, Fox 5 Good Day New York, the Morning Show with Mike & Juliet (Fox 5) and radio interviews on Bloomberg News Radio, WOR’s Live with Joan Hamburg, KROCK, CD 109. She has also appeared as a guest speaker at the New York Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Fashion Institute of Technology, New York University, State University of New York at New Paltz, Women in the Family Business, The Family Business Council of Greater New York, as well as numerous industry associations throughout the tri-state area. She has conducted workshops for the American Women’s Economic Development Corp. and addressed the annual conference of the Association on Accounting Marketing Executives. Since her move to Connecticut, Ms. Levy’s public appearances continue and was a guest speaker for the Small Business Academy at the Norwalk Chamber of Commerce, the Norwalk Chapter for SCORE, The Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce, Wilton Kiwanis, Westport Rotary, and the Westport Country Playhouse to mention a few.
In addition, Ms. Levy was elected to the Board of Trustees of the Leukemia Lymphoma Society in December 2010. She sits on numerous committees and is actively involved with creating awareness for this charitable organization with the hope of stamping out this horrific disease.
She was honored twice by the New York Chamber of Commerce and Industry for her commitment to New York City and Small Businesses and additionally honored by the New York Society of Association Executives as an Outstanding Associate Member and the Practice Development Institute as the Top Marketing Executive.
Appointed by the New York City Office of Business Development and the Small Business Administration and the American Women’s Economic Development Corp., Ms. Levy mentored three women business owners as well as a focus group of women business owners.
She is a past President of the National Association of Women Business Owners, (NAWBO) New York Chapter where under her leadership turned the organization from being in the red having only 50 members to becoming a viable woman’s organization with 300 members in 2 years. She was a founding board member of the New York Women’s Agenda, a member of the Small Business Committee of the New York Chamber of Commerce and Industry and an active member of the New York Society of Association Executives. She was named the “happeneur” by the President of the National Speaker’s Association because she made things happen. As a charter member of Big Apple Toastmasters she sat on their board as VP of Public Relations.