Eugenia V. Levenson ’03
Eugenia V. Levenson is the editorial director at the American Museum of Natural History, where she develops multi-platform editorial packages to promote Museum research, exhibitions, and programs; oversees publications including the member magazine, Rotunda; and edits the News section of the Museum’s website, amnh.org. She was previously a reporter at Fortune magazine, where she wrote about the economics of higher education, the art market, corporate responsibility, and investing. After graduating from Harvard, where she studied American history and literature, she studied in the U.K. as a Marshall Scholar, earning a master’s degree in anthropology from the University of Cambridge and a master’s degree in English literature from University College London. She lives in Manhattan with her husband and son.