Lane Levine, Project Manager for Population Health at LifeBridge Health in Baltimore, has spent ten years organizing and leading campaigns and various projects that have brought justice, resources, services, relationships and health to communities. In Population Health, Lane manages projects that support the patient populations of Northwest Baltimore to stay healthy and out of the hospital. As Community Network Director at Comprehensive Housing Assistance Inc., Lane co-founded Northwest Neighbors Connecting, a neighbor-helping-neighbor, aging-in-place village in Northwest Baltimore. Prior to working with seniors and in healthcare, Lane has organized in other capacities, including worker rights, public health, LGBT youth advocacy and more.
As a volunteer, Lane serves on the Advisory Council for JUFJ (Jews United for Justice) and the Board of Directors for BNI (Baltimore Neighborhoods, Inc.), and he is a tenor in Baltimore’s Charm City Labor Chorus.
Lane has a BA in Philosophy from Harvard University, a certification from the California Lead Organizers Institute, and a certification as a Project Management Professional. He lives in Baltimore with his partner, four generations of his family, and four chickens.