Becky Levin

Executive Director at The Possible Zone

Becky Ruhmann Levin is the Co-Founder and Board Member of The Possible Zone (TPZ), assuming the role of Executive Director in May 2014. The Possible Zone is an Entrepreneurship program serving students in high school, years 10-14. Students gain exposure to the incredible learning lessons of starting their own business, develop social-emotional competencies, such as resiliency and self-efficacy, design thinking, job readiness and tech literacy skills. Key components of the program include STEAM-rich and makerspace experiences, student businesses, pathway consultation, work based opportunities with The Possible Zone Enterprises, as well as internships and fellowships through local companies. TPZ is nine years old and has served 950 students in that time, in both Cambridge and Boston. Currently, TPZ is building a 36,000 sq. ft. Innovation Center in Boston with a goal to serve 1,000 students annually by 2025. Prior to her current role, Becky founded and oversaw an international executive search firm serving the biotechnology industry for 29 years. Levin and Company staffed some of the leading biotechnology companies throughout the country at the VP, CEO and board levels. Actively involved as a philanthropist for the healthcare field, children's issues, education and the arts, she has contributed to many international and national charities. She served as a board member of The Schwartz Center for Compassionate Healthcare, The College of Social Innovation, The Newport Film Festival, Partners in Health and The Possible Zone.



  • Executive Director

    Current role

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