Don Levin is a former Attorney at Law with over thirteen years of general practice experience, and nine years as a court appointed arbitrator. He is also a retired U.S. Army officer, with over twenty three years of commissioned service spent in a variety of command and staff positions, twelve years of which were at the General Staff level. He is also a past senior sales leader for two Fortune 200 companies.
Don earned his JD from The John Marshall Law School, his MPA from the University of Oklahoma, and a BA from the University of Illinois-Chicago. He is also a graduate of the U.S. Army Command & General Staff College and the Defense Strategy Course, U.S. Army War College.
In his spare time, Don enjoys other forms of writing and is the author of the previously released military legal thriller The Code, the legal story Broken Code, as well as the historical fiction novel Knight’s Code. His non-fiction work includes telling and editing the life story of a Holocaust survivor entitled The Gazebo. He is also the co-author of the leadership book entitled The Leader Coach: Exposing Your Soul. He is currently working on several additional projects to include the companion volume to this work entitled Eight Points of the Compass.
Don is very active with his church and within the community, and resides with his wife Susie, in Richmond, VA. They have five children, eight grandchildren, and two dogs aptly named Barnes and Noble.
Don may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.