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About Me

I grew up in Auburn, Maine and as part of one of just a few Jewish families in town was always curious about personal identity, the myriad cultures we inhabit, and the ways that we think about and treat people who we perceive to be different than ourselves.


As a psychology major in college, I was fascinated by legal psychology and ultimately devoted my senior thesis to exploring the malleability of eyewitness testimony.  I attended law school in Boston and, after several years of practicing employment law, I transitioned to conducting workplace investigations and facilitating workshops, where I found that my collaborative and people-centric personality is best utilized. 


My past employment includes:

  • practicing employment law at law firms in Boston and Burlington, Vermont,

  • serving as the Assistant Director of Civil Rights for the New England office of the Anti-Defamation League,

  • acting as an HR Business Partner at Maine Medical Center, and

  • spearheading diversity and inclusion work for the staff of the City of Portland, Maine.  


As both a licensed attorney in Massachusetts and licensed Professional Investigator (PI) in Maine, I'm a seasoned investigator of allegations of harassment, discrimination, and serious employee misconduct and neutrally and comprehensively conduct workplace investigations into your most challenging employment situations.

In the summer of 2020, I launched Mandy Levine Consulting to dedicate my career to helping organizations and their staff create more respectful, inclusive work environments where our differences are recognized as strengths.  I regularly partner with organizations large and small, public and private, to navigate critical conversations with their staff about personal identity, bias, and belonging.  


The way that we experience the world is rooted in our perceptions and it is a gift for me to work with individuals and organizations to explore and perhaps rethink deep-seated assumptions often rooted in narratives that we've inherited or "the way it's always been done."  I strive to facilitate these conversations in a positive, approachable, and practical way.


I am grateful to have received the following honors and roles:

I live outside of Portland, Maine with my partner Mark, two kids, two stepkids, and two cats. In my free time, I enjoy reading (especially mystery novels), cooking everything I can in my air fryer, and taking walks in my beautiful small Maine town.

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