Arts for All
| Nov 26, 2012
Arts for All welcomes Rachel Levin as the new Co-Chair of our Pooled Fund. A member of the Pooled Fund for the past three years, Rachel comes to the job ready to work with her Co-Chair, Janice Pober from Sony Pictures Entertainment. She takes the reins from Sarah Muir, who recently retired from The Boeing Company.
“Los Angeles is a city that understands the creative economy and how critical arts education is to developing a future workforce,” says Levin. “I applaud the approach that Arts for All takes to make systemic change, not just superficial fixes.”
A partner at Tabankin/Levin, she consults with individuals and families to increase their impact in the world through philanthropy, political giving and other high-impact strategies. As part of this work, Rachel is a senior advisor to the Rosenthal Family Foundation, a fund established by Monica and Philip Rosenthal (Everybody Loves Raymond) that supports efforts to increase educational success through arts education.
“Rachel is just the right person for this job,” says Arts Commission Executive Director Laura Zucker. “She’s incredibly strategic and challenges us by always asking the right question at the right time. Her involvement with other movements that try to move the needle on large scale issues gives her just the perspective we need to create systemic change around arts education.”
Rachel has worked in philanthropy for close to 18 years, helping to direct over $100 million to projects and causes that have worked to build a more just and engaged world. Rachel is a board member of Southern California Grantmakers and Reboot, a network/think tank for Jewish innovation which she co-founded.