Mark Levin

Mark Levin has worked for four suburban municipalities in local government management in the Midwestern United States over the last 40 years. In particular, Mark served as the City Manager of Maryland Heights, Missouri from its incorporation in 1985 to 2015.

Mark Levin’s duties as City Manager included the establishment of the city’s administrative structure, recruiting and supervising the city management team, submitting the city’s first (and each subsequent) annual budget, and overseeing the construction of a modern City Hall. Mark retired in 2015 and is now a clinical professor at Indiana University, Bloomington where he teaches graduate courses in local government management, local economic development, and municipal budgeting at the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs.