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Jillian Levy is the web production associate for Understood.org. She works on the production of all content for Understood.org and provides SEO strategy. Levy is particularly excited about using communications tools to implement smart and creative online strategies that advance the organization’s goals.
In college, Levy participated in the Strategic Alternative Learning Techniques Center (SALT), a top-ranked LD program based out of the University of Arizona. She also interned for the prestigious Health Career Opportunity Program (HCOP) at the Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine. Levy, who has dyslexia, is a champion of self-advocacy. Through her work on Understood.org, she hopes to educate children and adults with learning and attention issues to self-advocate as well.
Levy graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in psychology from the University of Arizona.
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