Michael Levett has been the President & CEO of Citizens Democracy Corps "since joining the organization in 1994. He has extensive international business experience, developing and managing trade, economic, cultural and entertainment ventures throughout the world. Prior to joining CDC, Mr. Levett operated business partnerships in the Soviet Union and its successor states and went on to serve as founding President of Business for Social Responsibility (1992). Mr. Levett was previously the vice president of two major film companies: Lucasfilm, Ltd. and Dino DeLaurentiis Corp. Mr. Levett has also reported for the Los Angeles Times, written and directed educational films, managed several political campaigns, and worked in national and local governments.
"Mr. Levett received his J.D. and B.A. from the University of California, Los Angeles. He was a White House Fellow and a Loeb Fellow of Harvard University. He sits on the Executive Committee of the Small Enterprise Assistance Funds (SEAF)."