Robert Levin, CEO, of Levin Furniture


Robert entered the Pittsburgh-based family furniture business in 1993 after having spent several years in Washington, DC in the fields of Health Policy and Aging. He sold Levin Furniture in 2017 and reacquired through bankruptcy with his partners Matt and John Schultz. He holds a Masters degree in Gerontology from the University of Southern California. Prior to joining Levin Furniture, he was a member of the Capitol Hill Recycling Project, an environmental group in Washington. He is currently active in his family’s main charity – the Sally and Howard Levin Clubhouse – an interactive day program for adults with mental illness and is on the board of the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy. Robert is married and lives in Pittsburgh.