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Department of Organizational Development and Leadership
Assistant Director, Organization Development and Leadership Program
Clinical Instructor

Elizabeth Levine


Office: 678-225-7589

Ms. Levine has been an OD practitioner for over 25 years, working in public sector, non-profit, academia, and private sector. She joined PCOM’s Psychology faculty in the Summer of 2012. Ms. Levine is committed to an experiential classroom experience to ensure that students understand the concepts well enough to make direct applications in their daily lives. As an internal OD consultant to CEOs, she has worked with leadership and whole systems to diagnose needs; design and implement interventions; and assess impact. Her current practice specializes in helping organizations improve communication and constructively leverage conflict. Her current interests include the application of systemic constellation work to organization development, Polarity Management, and communication methods that support healthy dialogue and conflict.

  • Education

    M.A. in Organizational Psychology, Columbia University
    M.C.P. (Master of City Planning), San Diego State University

  • Courses

    ODL501G - Foundations and Systems of Organization Development
    ODL517G - Communications Skills for Leaders

  • Memberships

    Organization Change Alliance (Atlanta), past Chair, current member
    North America Gaming and Simulation Association, past Chair, current member
    Charis Circle (Atlanta feminist non-profit), Board Member
    PCOM Georgia LGBTQ&A student group, Faculty Advisor

  • Other

    Workshops delivered on Communication and Interpersonal Skills, Conflict Management, Negotiation Skills, Supervisory Skills, Project Management, Diversity, Leadership Skills, Facilitation and Gestalt consulting practices to various audiences in profit, non-profit, and governmental sectors.