ROBIN LANDOW LEVITIN AIA, LEED AP
Robin Landow Levitin received her Bachelor’s Degree in Interior Design from the University of Michigan and her Master’s Degree in Architecture with a Certificate in Social Gerontology from the University of Pennsylvania. She is a member of the American Institute of Architects, holds an architectural license in New York State, and LEED AP status with the US Green Building Council. She serves on the New York State Department of Health’s Construction Standards Advisory Group for Nursing Homes, is a member of both the New York City and Long Island Chapters of the USGBC and serves on the House and Construction Committees of a New York City independent school. Prior to joining Landow and Landow, she served as a research assistant at the Philadelphia Geriatric Center coordinating studies on environments for people with dementia, and in the Facilities Department of Beth Abraham Hospital as an architectural designer.