Randi Levin is a proven leader and manager, with a track record for executing mission-critical corporate information technology projects. Randi believes that the City of Los Angeles should be on the forefront of using smart technology to make government more efficient, accessible and customer-friendly. Levin has 20 years of experience managing information technology departments for leading Fortune 500 companies in Southern California. For the last eight years, she has served as a Vice President for NBC Universal. In that capacity she was responsible for implementing and managing the company intranet, managing a Sarbanes-Oxley program for proper corporate accountability, and creating several new IT programs that improved the entertainment companys efficiency. Prior to NBC Universal, Levin worked as a corporate executive as well as an information technology consultant and has invaluable experience in project management, system development, strategic IT planning and business process re-engineering. Her previous experience includes work at the Walt Disney Company, L.A. Gear, Inc., Price Waterhouse, Goldman Sachs & Co., Korn/Ferry International, and Hughes Helicopters, Inc. While at Hughes she was able to program technology for the Apache helicopter used in Operation Desert Storm.
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