Ms. Beth Levine joined PCOM’s Psychology faculty as an adjunct faculty member in the Summer of 2012 and in the Fall of 2012 was appointed as an Instructor and Assistant Director. She was a member of the first Diversity Council, Faculty Advisor to the student LGBTQ group, and Chaired the GA Campus LGBTQI Council in its first year. She is currently the Vice Chair of that Council. Ms. Levine teaches Communication Skills for Leaders and Foundations in Systems and Organization Development. She uses an experiential approach to ensure that students understand the concepts at a visceral level, allowing them to make direct applications in their daily lives and work situations. Beth says that she loves teaching because she “can see when a student has an “aha” moment and knows that insight will last a lifetime” and because her students inspire her through their dedication and commitment.
Ms. Levine has been an OD (Organization Development) practitioner for over 25 years, working in public sector, non-profit, academia, and private sector. She has a master’s in organizational psychology from Columbia University. While in New York City she was an active member of the steering committee for the Lesbian Herstory Archives. Since moving to Atlanta she has been active with the independent feminist bookstore where she served on the board and facilitated the committee which organized the bookstore’s move to Agnes Scott College. Her current interests include the application of systemic constellation work to organization development, Polarity Management, and communication methods that support healthy dialogue and conflict.