Marc Levine is a San Rafael City Councilmember and candidate for California's 10th Assembly District in Marin and Sonoma. Marc has a record of innovation and practical problem solving at the local level. He is running to get Sacramento working again for our communities, help our schools, create local jobs, protect the environment, and reduce special interest influence in the legislature. We need a strong, local voice in Sacramento who's not part of the problem. We need Marc!
Marc lives in the Sun Valley neighborhood of San Rafael with his wife Wendy and their two children.
Marc has been an advisor and consultant to high tech startups and social enterprise. Marc developed award-winning technology for human rights organizations, in the process raising millions in funding from the U.S. State Department, the Soros Foundation and other funders to create technology that is now in use globally. Additionally, Marc has worked to create innovative programs that use technology to foster learning in under-served classrooms
Marc has a strong record of public service and involvement in the community. In 2011, he was elected Vice Chair of the Marin Telecommunications Agency. He also serves on the Governance Committee of MarinKids.org which helps improve education, health and wellbeing for local children.
A few of Marc's other activities include: Alternate Commissioner of the Bay Conservation and Development Commission; Alternate Director at the San Rafael Sanitation District and Central Marin Sanitation Agency; Member of the Executive Board of the California Democratic Party; Vice Chair of California Democratic Party's Business and Professional Caucus; Chair of the 6th Assembly District Democrats (2009 - 2010); Fellow of the ZeroDivide Foundation; and City of San Rafael CERT Graduate (then called DART)
Marc Levine is a San Rafael City Councilmember and Democratic candidate for California State Assembly.
He earned his Master's Degree in National Security Affairs from the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, CA, and was recognized with a Special Act Award for his work to promote the elite graduate school around the world. While earning his Political Science Degree at Cal State Northridge, he was elected Chair of the California State Student Association representing over 450,000 students to the State Legislature and Board of Trustees.