Philip Levin, University of Virginia
Phil Levin recently graduated from the University of Virginia with a bachelor’s degree from the McIntire School of Commerce. He was an Echols Scholar, Intermediate Honors recipient, and a member of the Raven Society. He also received one of the University’s highest honors when he was selected to live in one of fifty-four Lawn rooms designed by Thomas Jefferson on the original Academical Village. He was the President of the Jewish Religious Life Council, a member of the University Guide Service, and the student member on the University’s Undergraduate Admissions Committee. In his fourth year, he completed a thesis on compensatory consumption and psychological threat mitigation. After completing the Tikvah summer program, Phil will study in a yeshiva in Israel for one year before returning to New York City to work in management consulting.