Alan C. Levine specializes in the application of information technology to non-profit management, marketing and fundraising. Throughout his career, he has worked with non-profit organizations of all sizes to develop innovative, internal and customer-facing strategic uses of information technology. Alan serves as a leader, mentor, and educator. At the Kennedy Center, Alan oversees all information technology, online/web and telecommunications operations. Through the Kennedy Center DeVos Institute of Arts Management, Alan has taught and consulted to arts managers around the world. Alan is a founder and past Chairman of the Board of the Tessitura Network, Inc., which provides state-of-the-art software for customer relationship management, ticketing, and fundraising to performing arts and cultural organizations in six countries. Alan is President of CIO/Arts, and a founding member of the worldwide CIO Executive Council. Alan also serves on the Small Agency CIO Council of the US Federal Government. He is a recipient of the ComputerWorld-Smithsonian Award and InfoWorld 100 awards. Alan is a regular presenter at non-profit and IT industry conferences. Throughout his career he has focused on cutting-edge Business Intelligence, Analytics and Predictive Modeling solutions. More recently he has focused on Social Collaboration technologies for internal staff and customers and his work on Social Collaboration has been published as a chapter in the American Management Associations Handbook of Project Management.
Chief Information Officer at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (@kencen, @aclevine | Facebook)