People Watch: Maryland University of Integrative Health’s new president and CEO shares school vision

By: | March 26, 2019
“I believe we are here to impact as many lives around the world as we can, [and be] a model for others, inspire others,” says Marc Levin, who now leads MUIH.“I believe we are here to impact as many lives around the world as we can, [and be] a model for others, inspire others,” says Marc Levin, who now leads MUIH.

 

Marc Levin was named the new president and CEO of Maryland University of Integrative Health on March 13, after serving as the interim in both roles since February 1 when the previous president, Steven Combs, stepped down. Levin wants to reach more than just Howard County: “I believe we are here to impact as many lives around the world as we can, [and be] a model for others, inspire others,” he says. “That is why we are here.” Read more.

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