M.A.D.D. and Katy Rotary Beer Fest cooperation

M.A.D.D. and Katy Rotary Beer Fest cooperation
Jul 26, 2018
Carol Levin
M.A.D.D. and Katy Rotary Beer Fest cooperation

 

Carol Levin was born in Waterbury, CT and graduated from Curry College in Milton, MA with a degree in Early Childhood Education. After completion of her husband's military service with the Air Force and as Judge Advocate General in Wichita Falls, the Levins moved to Katy. Carol taught at the New Hope Child Development Center, A Child’s Reflection, and Yorkshire Academy, where she remained for thirteen years. She received specialized training in Alphabetic Phonics through the Neuhaus Center, reading and language programs through Scottish Rite, and the Orton Society.  She is a member of the International Dyslexia Society and the winner of the 2005 Grinspoon-Steinhardt Award.

When she opened Tutorials for Excellence®, in 1999, her program was quickly recognized as a leader in reading, language, math, and test preparation (including TAKS, SAT and ACT).

Carol has great success in helping children with dyslexia, learning disabilities and processing problems. Her enthusiasm, devotion and boundless energy, combined with her passion for learning, make her an ideal source of support and encouragement to her students.

Carol is active in her community. She is on the Board of Directors for Breath of Life and MADD. She is a member of the International Dyslexia Association.  She is an active member of the Katy Rotary Club.

Carol is married to Stuart “Stu” Levin, Attorney at Law of Levin and Atwood, LLP. Their oldest son, Jason, his wife Stacey and their daughter Hayley moved to Katy. Later, Jason and Stacey were blessed with their second child, Addison Levin. In September of 2006, the Levin family suffered the tragic loss of their youngest son, Todd, to a drunken driver. Since then, the Levin’s have spent much of their spare time assisting MADD.

 

Helping children, assisting community, and dedication to family define Carol as an educator and a person.

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