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Allan Levine

Allan Levine MBA ’95

Allan Levine is currently a partner and managing director at Goldman Sachs and head of its Reinsurance Group. The Reinsurance business is a global multi-line business focused on investing, managing and operating business throughout the insurance space. Allan joined Goldman Sachs in 1997 and has held numerous positions throughout the Firm including co-head of the Firmwide Strategy Group. Prior to joining the firm, Allan worked for Ernst & Young. Allan currently is chairman of the board of Commonwealth Annuity and Life Insurance Company and on the board of several of the Firm's other insurance companies. He is also currently on the board of Citizen Schools New York.


2014 Social Enterprise Conference

Millennials Rising: What's Next for Sustainability?

When: October 31, 2014,
8:30 am-6:00pm

The Marriott Marquis
1535 Broadway, New York, NY 10036
Between 45th and 46th Streets
New York, NY 10036

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The annual Social Enterprise Conference at Columbia Business School brings together thought leaders from across private, nonprofit, public, and academic sectors to share best practices, debate critical issues, and collaborate on innovative concepts to inspire change. Through interactive sessions, keynote speakers, workshops, a pitch competition, and networking opportunities, the conference presents guests with the opportunity to partake in the most important business and societal conversation of this new era. For updates on speakers and sessions, please visit the conference website.

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Summer Fellowship Program

Microfinance models help women of Burkina Faso

Read about the experiences of our summer fellows as they help create social and environmental value.


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