Sarah Levitin, MBA, recently joined Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital as Performance Improvement Manager. In this role, she will work directly with senior leadership to support BWFH’s strategic goals through facilitation of major projects and the use of performance improvement methodologies.
Levitin earned her BA at Muhlenberg College in International Studies/International Business and later completed her MBA at Boston University. She has spent her entire career within the Mass General Brigham system. She began in the Office for Global Professionals and Scholars (formerly the PIPS Office) as a Human Resources Assistant before moving on to a role as a Visa Coordinator and later International Advisor. Most recently, she served as International Program Manager at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital.
Here at BWFH, Levitin looks forward to getting to know the organization and her new colleagues. “So far, I’ve been meeting people and asking lots of questions,” she says. “So much of my job is asking the question and then actively listening. It’s all with the goal of making sure things are running smoothly behind the scenes for the people caring for our patients.”
Her new role is the cherry on top of a year of big change for Levitin. Within the last year, she got a dog (a red standard poodle named Chewbacca), got engaged, got married, bought a new car and closed on her first house. During that time her husband also took a new job. But she is unphased by all the change. “I get bored easily,” she jokes.
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