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Nadine Levin, American municipal official. Bush foundation fellow, 1977; recipient Distinguished Alumni award Wayne State University, 1990, John Nail Memorial award, 2004.


Levin, Nadine was born on April 22, 1950 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Daughter of Bernard Julius Levin and Shirley Janet Rosengarten.


Bachelor, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, 1971. Master of Public Administration, Wayne State University, Detroit, 1973. Certified in Urban Executive Development, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1977.

Certified in Strategic Management of Public Organizations, University California, Berkeley, 2003.


Assistant to city administrator City of Rochester, Minnesota, 1975-1979. Project manager City of Long Beach, California, 1979-1980. Deputy fiscal officer City/County of San Francisco, 1980-1982.

Assistant town manager Town of Los Gatos, California, 1982-1986, acting town manager, 1986. Director local government management consultant Ernst & Young & Company, Sacramento, 1986-1989. Acting city manager City of Mountain View, California, 1990, assistant city manager, since 1989.

Adjunct faculty professional studies program University San Francisco.


Board governors Bureau Jewish Education, since 2006. Delegate Michigan State Democratic Convention, 1973. Volunteer various political campaigns, Michigan, 1970—1973.

President Beth El Women, 2001—2002. Board directors Temple Beth El, San Mateo, California, 1996—1999, 2001—2005, Jewish Day School North Peninsula, 1992—1995, vice president, 1995. Board directors, executive committee Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center, since 2001.

Member of International City Management Association (committee), Association Quality and Participation, Pi Alpha Alpha.


  • Other Interests

    Reading, weightlifting, painting, theater, art collecting.


Married James Howard Abrams, April 9, 1978. Children; Loren W. Abrams, Briana M. Abrams.