A member of the Upper Dublin School Board (Montgomery Co.) for 20 years, Art Levinowitz has served as president for the past five years. For the past 10 years, he has also served as the president of the joint operating committee for the Eastern Center for Arts and Technology. In 2018 he earned the Certificate in Board Governance. He completed the Pennsylvania Education Policy Fellowship Program. He was a PSBA regional director, sectional advisor, a member of the Leadership Development Committee, and participated in the ESSA Study Group and one of the two study groups for the Commonwealth Education Blueprint. He also is a director of the Pennsylvania Public Education Foundation. He served as president for 10 years of the Upper Dublin Education Foundation and currently is a director. He has more than 25 years of volunteer experience in numerous local community activities, including chairing Upper Dublin Community Day on three occasions. He currently serves on the Upper Dublin Alumni Hall of Fame Selection Committee and is a member of the Planning Committee for the Annual Upper Dublin Medals Ceremony. Levinowitz earned a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree from SUNY at Buffalo in music education, and another master’s degree in educational administration and supervision from Pace University in New York City. He holds a doctorate from Temple University in the psychology of music. He grew up in the lower east side of New York City and for eight years taught music in Brooklyn, NY. He is retired from the New Jersey State Department of Education after 28 years. His first love is music and prior to teaching he performed regularly with various jazz, Latin and disco bands. He is married to Lili, co-author of the internationally recognized Music Together program, and professor emeritus at Rowan University.