Saturday, 10 December 2011


Dennis Levy is the Founder of the 'Second Chance Committee'. The Mission is to give Life Skill Workshops™ to formerly incarcerated men and women.

Dennis Levy holds a Master in Business Administration with more than 30 years of experience starting and managing community based organizations. He lives in Manhattan with his Son, Mike.

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  1. Dennis Levy has 30 years of experience creating and directing projects that empowered people with the skills needed to survive in a changing world. For example, Levy help develop an innovative job training project that earned citywide attention as a model for training local residents, who would otherwise be on public assistance, to find and retain quality jobs. He was the Founder and President of the minority P.R. company 'The Justice and Levy Report' . They specialized in guerrilla marketing and social media networking with the ground-breaking concept of 'Talk Radio Broadcasting' . They went on to be one of the first minority businesses with a syndicated Newspaper column 'Inner City Youth Speaks' in Big Red Newspaper (Now the 'New York Beacon'). They promoted entertainers and concerts at Harlem World back in the day before New York's 'Yo Raps' . Indeed, there shows lay the ground for Black Concerts in the parks and pointed the way for others to create multimedia personalities.

    Dennis Levy created the community based health education organization; 'The Black and Latino AIDS Coalition' (BLAC New York). BLAC New York was based in Central Harlem during the height of the AIDS epidemic in the 90s. Mr. Levy's ability to stay ahead of the technological innovative curve while being accessible to the community led to a ground breaking multimedia HIV Prevention initiative using celebrity Hip Hop Rappers as role models. This innovative program created a road map that is relevant to other urban communities of color across America. More recently, he co-founded 'The Second Chance Committee' for Rev. Al Sharpton. It is a project that aimed at helping ex-offenders integrate back into the community.