Margaret M. Conner-Levin, MSW
Margaret M. Conner-Levin, MSW, brings more than 20 years of experience across the health care continuum to the OPEN MINDS team. In her two decades of experience, Ms. Conner-Levin has held positions in a variety of management settings, including executive management, consultation, education, direct clinical work, as well as payer relations.rnrnPrior to joining OPEN MINDS, Ms. Conner-Levin served as the Chief Executive Officer of the Archway Programs in Atco, New Jersey. In this capacity, she led and managed all aspects of the organization through a successful turnaround initiative, generating and increasing a fiscal surplus for the first time in 10 years through program expansion. She also was responsible for increasing the current donor contribution base by 50%.rnrnIn addition to serving as the Chief Executive Officer, Ms. Conner-Levin also served as the Chief Operating Officer for Strategic Business Development and Fundraising of the Archway Programs prior to serving as the CEO. In this role, she provided leadership and executive direction to all areas of program operations, including, but certainly not limited to, business development, fiscal planning, human resources, as well as strategic planning in terms of partnership development.rnrnPrior to her experience at Archway Programs, Ms. Conner-Levin served as Writer/Consultant/ Performance Improvement Leader with CFG Health Systems in Marlton, New Jersey. In this role, she led performance improvement activities, including the pursuit of JCAHO accreditation, data design, collection, and analysis activities. In her tenure as a senior writer for CFG Health Systems, she specialized in developing telemedicine programs as well as producing marketing and operations presentation materials. In addition to her numerous published program operation and development materials, she is also pending the copyright of a telemedicine manual.rnrnMs. Conner-Levin served as the Chief Operating Officer for Drenk Mental Health Center in Mt. Holly, New Jersey, from 2000-2004. In this capacity, she led all aspects of agency operations, including day-to-day management of the twenty-one programs and human resource management responsibilities of over three-hundred employees. Prior to serving as the Chief Operating Officer, she also served as the Associate Executive Director, Behavioral Healthcare from 1997-2000.rnrnMs. Conner-Levin earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Rutgers University, Cook College, in New Brunswick, New Jersey. She then earned her Master of Social Work, Administration and Policy Planning from Rutgers University, Camden, New Jersey, in 1994.
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