As Founder and CEO of Information Experts, Marissa Levin leads IE’s efforts to create technology-based integrated communications solutions, human capital strategies, and learning strategies for government agencies and for organizations across a wide range of vertical markets.
Through her knowledge of instructional design, organizational development, management consulting, integrated communications, and other areas critical to business and organizational success, Ms. Levin has become known throughout the regional business community as a leader and visionary. She is also the Women’s Entrepreneurship columnist for the DC Examiner, and is a regular columnist for www.womengrowbusiness.com and Yahoo (http://smallbusinessblog.yahoo.com/).
Ms. Levin was named as a 2008 BRAVO Award winner by SmartCEO Magazine, which honors the region’s 25 most influential women CEOs, and has been named as a 2009 SmartCEO Smart 100 participant, which recognizes the top 100 CEOs in the region. She was also named as one of Washington’s Top 100 Technology Titans for 2009 by Washingtonian Magazine.
Marissa was selected as one of greater Washington’s “Women Who Mean Business” by the Washington Business Journal, which honors the region’s “most influential and powerful” women executives. In addition, she was nominated for the Women President’s Organization (WPEO) Outstanding Women’s Business Advocate Award.
She frequently speaks at industry events and universities as a keynoter on her experiences as a successful woman business owner and communications strategist who has financed 100% of her organization through earnings.
Ms. Levin has been featured in USA Today, The Washington Post, The Washington Business Journal, Working Mother Magazine, Washington Woman Magazine, Washingtonian Magazine, Inc. Magazine, BisNow, and on CBS as a successful woman business owner and working mother.
Prior to founding Information Experts, Ms. Levin spent several years in the field of instructional design and organizational development. Ms. Levin holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English, and a Master of Arts Degree in Human Resources Development and Instructional Design.