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Reynold Levy

Philanthropist, Businessman, Author & Former President of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and the Robin Hood Foundation

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 Reynold Levy Biography

Reynold Levy has most recently served as the president of the Robin Hood Foundation, an innovative philanthropic organization founded in 1988 to alleviate poverty in New York City. During his tenure, Levy devised an ambitious project designed to bridge the gap between the over 800,000 poor New Yorkers eligible for four critical income maintenance programs and those enrolled in them. Called the Start by Asking campaign, it combines big data analytics, behavioral economics, community organization, a wide range of corporate, civic and union partnerships and strong coordination with government, all aimed at improving the standard of living for tens of thousands of disadvantaged in the five boroughs of America’s largest city.

Currently, Reynold serves as a consultant to commercial and nonprofit institutions and to benefactors seeking to expand their philanthropy. He is also the lead director of First Republic Bank.

His fourth book, They Told Me Not To Take That Job: Tumult, Betrayal, Heroics and the Transformation of Lincoln Center, a New York Times best seller, is available wherever books and e-books are sold. Levy now serves on the board of the Charles H. Revson Foundation, the board of overseers of the International Rescue Committee, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, a trustee of the American Ballet Theatre and a Fellow in the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. In 2014, he was elected to serve a three-year term as a member of the Tony Awards Nominating Committee.

Levy completed a thirteen-year tenure as the President of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in January, 2014. His leadership at Lincoln Center continued a distinguished career of public service. He has been President of the International Rescue Committee, the senior officer of AT&T in charge of government relations, President of the AT&T Foundation, Executive Director of the 92nd Street Y, and Staff Director of the Task Force on the New York City Fiscal Crisis.

During his tenure at Lincoln Center, award winning and critically acclaimed programs flourished. Simultaneously, an unprecedented and much applauded $1.2 billion physical transformation occurred. It modernized and expanded the 16-acre campus, housing eleven world class performing arts organizations and educational institutions. The multifaceted, comprehensive Lincoln Center redevelopment embraced public spaces, plant infrastructure, and new, renovated, and expanded artistic facilities.

Reynold Levy is a graduate of Hobart College. He was granted a Master’s Degree and PhD in Government and Foreign Affairs from the University of Virginia and a law degree from Columbia University, the latter two in 1973.

Levy’s alma mater, Hobart College, honored him with its Alumni Medal of Excellence, given to only twenty graduates in the 125 year history of the school. The International Rescue Committee bestowed on him its coveted Freedom Award. Columbia University awarded Levy the highly regarded Lawrence A. Wien Prize for Social Responsibility. Lincoln Center granted him its Laureate Award. Levy has received the 2009 Design Patron Award granted by the Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt Museum for his stewardship of Lincoln Center’s massive physical transformation. In recognition of Lincoln Center’s successful modernization and rejuvenation, the Board of Directors decided to name a sculpturally expressive bridge designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro as “The President’s Bridge: In Honor of Reynold Levy, October 1, 2012.”

Levy has authored three other books, Nearing the Crossroads: Contending Approaches to American Foreign Policy (1975, Free Press of MacMillan), Give and Take: A Candid Account of Corporate Philanthropy (1999, Harvard Business School Press) and Yours for the Asking: An Indispensable Guide To Fundraising and Management (2008, John Wiley and Sons). He has written extensively and spoken widely about philanthropy, the performing arts, humanitarian causes and issues, and the leadership and management of nonprofit institutions. Levy has also served as a consultant to many nonprofit institutions and as a Senior Advisor with the private equity firm, General Atlantic.

Levy has held the post of Senior Lecturer at The Harvard Business School and has taught law, political science, and nonprofit management at Columbia and New York Universities and at The City University of New York. He has received honorary degrees from Dickinson College, Macaulay Honors College of The City University of New York, Fordham University and Hobart College.

Levy has served on the Boards of more than a dozen nonprofit organizations including The Independent Sector, The Peterson Institute for International Economics, the Manhattan Theatre Club, and the Nathan Cummings Foundation.

His newest book, Start Now: Because That Meaningful Job Is Out There, Just Waiting for You is due to be published under the imprint of RosettaBooks in the first quarter of 2020.

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They Told Me Not to Take that Job: Tumult, Betrayal, Heroics, and the Transformation of Lincoln Center

They Told Me Not to Take that Job: Tumult, Betrayal, Heroics, and the Transformation of Lincoln Center

Yours for the Asking: An Indispensable Guide to Fundraising and Management

Yours for the Asking: An Indispensable Guide to Fundraising and Management

Give and Take: A Candid Account of Corporate Philanthropy

Give and Take: A Candid Account of Corporate Philanthropy

Speaking Topics
  • Yours for the Asking: Indispensable Guidance on Fundraising and Management

    Drawing on his experience raising over $1.3 billion as president of Lincoln Center and in a presentation based on the principles of his book Yours for the Asking: An Indispensable Guide to Fundraising and Management, Reynold Levy shares with audiences the key strategies for success in the quest to raise funds. Whether your organization is concerned with health, the arts, education or humanitarian causes, a think tank or advocacy group, established or fledgling, with insight and humor, Levy draws back the curtain on how to transform the view of fundraising from being a dreaded exercise to becoming a high calling, from "pleading" for money to helping donors find pleasure in advancing social causes and strengthening key nonprofit institutions. Levy helps organizations explore their future in fundraising by discerning long-term trends, helping them put aside fears and hesitancies to build the case to confidently ask for funds. As someone who has been successful in locating the intersection between business interests and non-profit needs, Levy is a master in showing leaders how individuals, corporations, and foundations will thank you for providing the opportunity to support your cause!

  • Good Art is Good Business: Leadership, Creativity and Unleashing Talent

    Under Reynold Levy’s steady and innovative leadership, the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts has undergone a revival and transformation. Levy has ushered the Center into the 21st century, leading a successful $1.3 billion capital campaign that many thought impossible and which has helped the Center experience a renaissance in art, music, theater and dance. As the leader of the largest cultural organization in the world, Levy understands the importance of leading in the arts—and how good culture can help build good business as it has done with the Center, with cities that have pushed hard to build museums and with municipalities that have built cultural festivals like South by Southwest which have become tremendous engines for economic growth. In this keynote presentation, Levy shares his own experiences using the arts as a means of societal and economic redevelopment, as a source of social harmony, as a tourist attraction, and as a compelling reason why talented employees would wish to live and work in your city.

  • Influence: How to Use Philanthropy to Improve Corporate Performance; How to Gravitate from Professional Success to Social Consequence; How to Move from Family Disarray to Generational Cohesion

    At the 92nd Street Y, the International Rescue Committee, and Lincoln Center, Reynold Levy raised well over $2 billon for these and other causes. As the President and then Chair of the AT&T Foundation, the Chair of the Nathan Cummings Foundation, the Chair of the Charles H. Revson Foundation, and as a consultant to wealthy families, he has influenced giving away several billion dollars. There are few better equipped to explain the importance—and impact—of philanthropy than Reynold Levy who helps audiences understand:
    • How to move from personal success to social consequence?
    • How to exercise leadership by volunteering, serving on Boards of Directors, and intelligently offering charitable contributions to institutions you admire and causes that need help?
    • How to utilize philanthropy to engage your spouse, parents, children and even close friends and colleagues to leave a legacy, to make an impact, to strengthen a family?
    • At corporations, employees may leave their valuables at home each morning when they leave for work. But they take their values with them to the office. How can firms recognize these values and appeal to them as a way to strengthen employee loyalty, enhance their brand, and become more attractive to customers? Individual lives can be enriched and businesses can help the very places where their employees live and work. As an authority on these subjects, cues, clues, and practical advice will be offered by Levy with humor and humility.

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Reynold Levy

Philanthropist, Businessman, Author & Former President of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and the Robin Hood Foundation

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Reynold Levy Biography

Reynold Levy has most recently served as the president of the Robin Hood Foundation, an innovative philanthropic organization founded in 1988 to alleviate poverty in New York City. During his tenure, Levy devised an ambitious project designed to bridge the gap between the over 800,000 poor New Yorkers eligible for four critical income maintenance programs and those enrolled in them. Called the Start by Asking campaign, it combines big data analytics, behavioral economics, community organization, a wide range of corporate, civic and union partnerships and strong coordination with government, all aimed at improving the standard of living for tens of thousands of disadvantaged in the five boroughs of America’s largest city.

Currently, Reynold serves as a consultant to commercial and nonprofit institutions and to benefactors seeking to expand their philanthropy. He is also the lead director of First Republic Bank.

His fourth book, They Told Me Not To Take That Job: Tumult, Betrayal, Heroics and the Transformation of Lincoln Center, a New York Times best seller, is available wherever books and e-books are sold. Levy now serves on the board of the Charles H. Revson Foundation, the board of overseers of the International Rescue Committee, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, a trustee of the American Ballet Theatre and a Fellow in the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. In 2014, he was elected to serve a three-year term as a member of the Tony Awards Nominating Committee.

Levy completed a thirteen-year tenure as the President of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in January, 2014. His leadership at Lincoln Center continued a distinguished career of public service. He has been President of the International Rescue Committee, the senior officer of AT&T in charge of government relations, President of the AT&T Foundation, Executive Director of the 92nd Street Y, and Staff Director of the Task Force on the New York City Fiscal Crisis.

During his tenure at Lincoln Center, award winning and critically acclaimed programs flourished. Simultaneously, an unprecedented and much applauded $1.2 billion physical transformation occurred. It modernized and expanded the 16-acre campus, housing eleven world class performing arts organizations and educational institutions. The multifaceted, comprehensive Lincoln Center redevelopment embraced public spaces, plant infrastructure, and new, renovated, and expanded artistic facilities.

Reynold Levy is a graduate of Hobart College. He was granted a Master’s Degree and PhD in Government and Foreign Affairs from the University of Virginia and a law degree from Columbia University, the latter two in 1973.

Levy’s alma mater, Hobart College, honored him with its Alumni Medal of Excellence, given to only twenty graduates in the 125 year history of the school. The International Rescue Committee bestowed on him its coveted Freedom Award. Columbia University awarded Levy the highly regarded Lawrence A. Wien Prize for Social Responsibility. Lincoln Center granted him its Laureate Award. Levy has received the 2009 Design Patron Award granted by the Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt Museum for his stewardship of Lincoln Center’s massive physical transformation. In recognition of Lincoln Center’s successful modernization and rejuvenation, the Board of Directors decided to name a sculpturally expressive bridge designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro as “The President’s Bridge: In Honor of Reynold Levy, October 1, 2012.”

Levy has authored three other books, Nearing the Crossroads: Contending Approaches to American Foreign Policy (1975, Free Press of MacMillan), Give and Take: A Candid Account of Corporate Philanthropy (1999, Harvard Business School Press) and Yours for the Asking: An Indispensable Guide To Fundraising and Management (2008, John Wiley and Sons). He has written extensively and spoken widely about philanthropy, the performing arts, humanitarian causes and issues, and the leadership and management of nonprofit institutions. Levy has also served as a consultant to many nonprofit institutions and as a Senior Advisor with the private equity firm, General Atlantic.

Levy has held the post of Senior Lecturer at The Harvard Business School and has taught law, political science, and nonprofit management at Columbia and New York Universities and at The City University of New York. He has received honorary degrees from Dickinson College, Macaulay Honors College of The City University of New York, Fordham University and Hobart College.

Levy has served on the Boards of more than a dozen nonprofit organizations including The Independent Sector, The Peterson Institute for International Economics, the Manhattan Theatre Club, and the Nathan Cummings Foundation.

His newest book, Start Now: Because That Meaningful Job Is Out There, Just Waiting for You is due to be published under the imprint of RosettaBooks in the first quarter of 2020.

Reynold Levy Videos

  • The Open Mind: A Call to Alms - Reynold Levy - YouTube
    Reynold Levy, President, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts Taped: 10 -20-2008 In May 1956, Richard D. Heffner, American historian ...
  • Three Things Donors Want to Hear - YouTube
    The president of Lincoln Center has a short but effective list of promises he makes to his potential donors and that almost anybody considering ...
  • Big Think Interview with Reynold Levy - YouTube

Reynold Levy Books

Reynold Levy Speaking Topics

  • Yours for the Asking: Indispensable Guidance on Fundraising and Management

    Drawing on his experience raising over $1.3 billion as president of Lincoln Center and in a presentation based on the principles of his book Yours for the Asking: An Indispensable Guide to Fundraising and Management, Reynold Levy shares with audiences the key strategies for success in the quest to raise funds. Whether your organization is concerned with health, the arts, education or humanitarian causes, a think tank or advocacy group, established or fledgling, with insight and humor, Levy draws back the curtain on how to transform the view of fundraising from being a dreaded exercise to becoming a high calling, from "pleading" for money to helping donors find pleasure in advancing social causes and strengthening key nonprofit institutions. Levy helps organizations explore their future in fundraising by discerning long-term trends, helping them put aside fears and hesitancies to build the case to confidently ask for funds. As someone who has been successful in locating the intersection between business interests and non-profit needs, Levy is a master in showing leaders how individuals, corporations, and foundations will thank you for providing the opportunity to support your cause!

  • Good Art is Good Business: Leadership, Creativity and Unleashing Talent

    Under Reynold Levy’s steady and innovative leadership, the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts has undergone a revival and transformation. Levy has ushered the Center into the 21st century, leading a successful $1.3 billion capital campaign that many thought impossible and which has helped the Center experience a renaissance in art, music, theater and dance. As the leader of the largest cultural organization in the world, Levy understands the importance of leading in the arts—and how good culture can help build good business as it has done with the Center, with cities that have pushed hard to build museums and with municipalities that have built cultural festivals like South by Southwest which have become tremendous engines for economic growth. In this keynote presentation, Levy shares his own experiences using the arts as a means of societal and economic redevelopment, as a source of social harmony, as a tourist attraction, and as a compelling reason why talented employees would wish to live and work in your city.

  • Influence: How to Use Philanthropy to Improve Corporate Performance; How to Gravitate from Professional Success to Social Consequence; How to Move from Family Disarray to Generational Cohesion

    At the 92nd Street Y, the International Rescue Committee, and Lincoln Center, Reynold Levy raised well over $2 billon for these and other causes. As the President and then Chair of the AT&T Foundation, the Chair of the Nathan Cummings Foundation, the Chair of the Charles H. Revson Foundation, and as a consultant to wealthy families, he has influenced giving away several billion dollars. There are few better equipped to explain the importance—and impact—of philanthropy than Reynold Levy who helps audiences understand:
    • How to move from personal success to social consequence?
    • How to exercise leadership by volunteering, serving on Boards of Directors, and intelligently offering charitable contributions to institutions you admire and causes that need help?
    • How to utilize philanthropy to engage your spouse, parents, children and even close friends and colleagues to leave a legacy, to make an impact, to strengthen a family?
    • At corporations, employees may leave their valuables at home each morning when they leave for work. But they take their values with them to the office. How can firms recognize these values and appeal to them as a way to strengthen employee loyalty, enhance their brand, and become more attractive to customers? Individual lives can be enriched and businesses can help the very places where their employees live and work. As an authority on these subjects, cues, clues, and practical advice will be offered by Levy with humor and humility.

FAQs on booking Reynold Levy

  • How to book Reynold Levy?

    Our booking agents have successfully helped clients around the world secure talent like Reynold Levy for speaking engagements, personal appearances, product endorsements, or corporate entertainment for over 15 years. The team at All American Entertainment represents and listens to the needs of organizations and corporations seeking to hire keynote speakers, celebrities or entertainers. Fill out a booking request form for Reynold Levy, or call our office at 1.800.698.2536 to discuss your upcoming event. One of our experienced agents will be happy to help you get pricing information and check availability for Reynold Levy or any other celebrity of your choice.
  • How much does it cost to book Reynold Levy?

    Booking fees for Reynold Levy, or any other speakers and celebrities, are determined based on a number of factors and may change without notice. Pricing often varies according to the circumstances, including the talent's schedule, market conditions, length of presentation, and the location of the event. Speaker fees listed on this website are intended to serve as a guideline only. In some cases, the actual quote may be above or below the stated range. For the most current fee to hire Reynold Levy, please fill out the booking request form or call our office at 1.800.698.2536 to speak with an experienced booking agent.
  • Who is the agent for Reynold Levy?

    All American Entertainment has successfully secured celebrity talent like Reynold Levy for clients worldwide for more than 15 years. As a full-service talent booking agency, we have access to virtually any speaker or celebrity in the world. Our agents are happy and able to submit an offer to the speaker or celebrity of your choice, letting you benefit from our reputation and long-standing relationships in the industry. Fill out the booking request form or call our office at 1.800.698.2536, and one of our agents will assist you to book Reynold Levy for your next private or corporate function.
  • What is a full-service talent booking agency?

    All American Speakers is a "buyers agent" and exclusively represents talent buyers, meeting planners and event professionals, who are looking to secure celebrities and speakers for personal appearances, speaking engagements, corporate entertainment, public relations campaigns, commercials, or endorsements. We do not exclusively represent Reynold Levy or claim ourselves as the exclusive booking agency, business manager, publicist, speakers bureau or management for Reynold Levy or any other speaker or celebrity on this website. For more information on how we work and what makes us unique, please read the AAE Advantage.

Reynold Levy is a keynote speaker and industry expert who speaks on a wide range of topics . The estimated speaking fee range to book Reynold Levy for your event is $10,000 - $20,000. Reynold Levy generally travels from Washington, DC, USA and can be booked for (private) corporate events, personal appearances, keynote speeches, or other performances. Similar motivational celebrity speakers are Keith Gessen, David McCullough, Stewart Brand, David Patrick Columbia and Paul Muldoon. Contact All American Speakers for ratings, reviews, videos and information on scheduling Reynold Levy for an upcoming event.

Reynold Levy Speaker Videos

  • The Open Mind: A Call to Alms - Reynold Levy - YouTube
    Reynold Levy, President, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts Taped: 10 -20-2008 In May 1956, Richard D. Heffner, American historian ...
    Three Things Donors Want to Hear - YouTube
    The president of Lincoln Center has a short but effective list of promises he makes to his potential donors and that almost anybody considering ...
  • Big Think Interview with Reynold Levy - YouTube

Reynold Levy Speaking Topics

  • Yours for the Asking: Indispensable Guidance on Fundraising and Management

    Drawing on his experience raising over $1.3 billion as president of Lincoln Center and in a presentation based on the principles of his book Yours for the Asking: An Indispensable Guide to Fundraising and Management, Reynold Levy shares with audiences the key strategies for success in the quest to raise funds. Whether your organization is concerned with health, the arts, education or humanitarian causes, a think tank or advocacy group, established or fledgling, with insight and humor, Levy draws back the curtain on how to transform the view of fundraising from being a dreaded exercise to becoming a high calling, from "pleading" for money to helping donors find pleasure in advancing social causes and strengthening key nonprofit institutions. Levy helps organizations explore their future in fundraising by discerning long-term trends, helping them put aside fears and hesitancies to build the case to confidently ask for funds. As someone who has been successful in locating the intersection between business interests and non-profit needs, Levy is a master in showing leaders how individuals, corporations, and foundations will thank you for providing the opportunity to support your cause!

  • Good Art is Good Business: Leadership, Creativity and Unleashing Talent

    Under Reynold Levy’s steady and innovative leadership, the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts has undergone a revival and transformation. Levy has ushered the Center into the 21st century, leading a successful $1.3 billion capital campaign that many thought impossible and which has helped the Center experience a renaissance in art, music, theater and dance. As the leader of the largest cultural organization in the world, Levy understands the importance of leading in the arts—and how good culture can help build good business as it has done with the Center, with cities that have pushed hard to build museums and with municipalities that have built cultural festivals like South by Southwest which have become tremendous engines for economic growth. In this keynote presentation, Levy shares his own experiences using the arts as a means of societal and economic redevelopment, as a source of social harmony, as a tourist attraction, and as a compelling reason why talented employees would wish to live and work in your city.

  • Influence: How to Use Philanthropy to Improve Corporate Performance; How to Gravitate from Professional Success to Social Consequence; How to Move from Family Disarray to Generational Cohesion

    At the 92nd Street Y, the International Rescue Committee, and Lincoln Center, Reynold Levy raised well over $2 billon for these and other causes. As the President and then Chair of the AT&T Foundation, the Chair of the Nathan Cummings Foundation, the Chair of the Charles H. Revson Foundation, and as a consultant to wealthy families, he has influenced giving away several billion dollars. There are few better equipped to explain the importance—and impact—of philanthropy than Reynold Levy who helps audiences understand:
    • How to move from personal success to social consequence?
    • How to exercise leadership by volunteering, serving on Boards of Directors, and intelligently offering charitable contributions to institutions you admire and causes that need help?
    • How to utilize philanthropy to engage your spouse, parents, children and even close friends and colleagues to leave a legacy, to make an impact, to strengthen a family?
    • At corporations, employees may leave their valuables at home each morning when they leave for work. But they take their values with them to the office. How can firms recognize these values and appeal to them as a way to strengthen employee loyalty, enhance their brand, and become more attractive to customers? Individual lives can be enriched and businesses can help the very places where their employees live and work. As an authority on these subjects, cues, clues, and practical advice will be offered by Levy with humor and humility.

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All American Entertainment (AAE) exclusively represents the interests of talent buyers, and does not claim to be the agency or management for any speaker or artist on this site. AAE is a talent booking agency for paid events only. We do not handle requests for donation of time or media requests for interviews, and cannot provide celebrity contact information.

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