Angel Leveston - Staff member - Metropolitan Planning Council

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Angel Leveston

Angel Leveston joined MPC in March 2020 as Director of Marketing and Communications, where she is responsible for strategizing and leading the communications efforts of the organization.  

Having previously worked as a strategic communications consultant, Angel is a leader in mission-driven communications. As a consultant, she worked with organizations to create traditional and digital marketing strategies to support their communications and fundraising initiatives, often refining their existing brand efforts along the way. She has held full-time roles at the University of Chicago and philanthropic management consulting firm Grenzebach Glier and Associates.  

Angel received her B.A. in English from Marquette University. It was during her time living in Milwaukee that Angel became interested in exploring the infrastructure of urban communities, equity, and ethnic disparity. 

An avid Yogi, Angel has a passion for fitness she balances with a love of visiting Chicago’s many restaurants. She lives in Logan Square with her husband and their daughter. 

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Angel Leveston Director of Marketing and Communications
312 863 6008

Areas of expertise

Marketing Strategy

Content Curation

Brand Positioning

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