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Jan Levy is the Executive Director of Leadership Tomorrow, a civic leadership training program founded by the Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce and the United Way of King County. The program’s purpose is to develop effective community leaders who work to strengthen the Puget Sound region. Jan is a graduate of the program and has served as its director for more than nineteen years.Jan is a Seattle native who lived in a number of other cities before returning home in 1980. Her diverse background includes professional dance, higher education administration, and, prior to joining Leadership Tomorrow, eight years at Washington Mutual Bank, where she held positions as Assistant to the Chairman and CEO, Officer and Manager of Student Loans, and Asst. Vice President for Lines of Credit.Jan, a self-proclaimed “leadership junkie,” has a deep commitment to community leadership development. She served on the Board of the Community Leadership Association (an international association of community leadership programs) for nine years, and completed her term as the Immediate Past Chair of the Board in 1999. In May, 2000, Jan received the “Preceptor Award” for excellence in her field from the Community Leadership Association. She is also a former member and vice-chair of the board of the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership. Jan has assisted with the formation of a number of other community leadership programs in the Northwest, including Leadership Vancouver, B.C., Leadership Victoria, B.C., Leadership Kitsap, Leadership Thurston County, Leadership Skagit and Leadership Snohomish County.Jan is the Co-Chair of the Century 21 Committee, a mayoral-appointed committee charged with recommending a new design plan for the Seattle Center. She is a member of the Seattle Center Advisory Commission (mayoral appointment), the Visiting Committee of Seattle University’s Master of Non-Profit Leadership Program, and serves on the Board of Trustees for Temple de Hirsch Sinai. Past board memberships include the United Way of King County, the Lifelong AIDS Alliance, Puget Sound Camp Fire Boys and Girls, and the American Jewish Committee.In November, 2008, Jan received a “Woman of Influence” award from the Puget Sound Business Journal, and in December, 2008, received the “Spirit Award” from the Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle Jan was also honored by the Girl Scouts of Western Washington as their 2007 Woman of Distinction. Other awards have included the Community Mentoring and Legacy Award from Women of Color Empowered, in September, 2007; and the Executive Leadership Award from the Executive Alliance, a member organization made up of the region’s non-profits, in June 2006. In January of 2001, The Seattle Times recognized her as one of the “Best Organizers of 2000” for the Puget Sound Region. In her “free time,” Jan enjoys yoga, dancing, attending theatre and listening to jazz. During the summer months, she spends her time backpacking and kayaking in the wonderful mountains of the northwest.
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