Nancy Levesque has served the nonprofit communities of Greater Boston for over a decade. After graduating from Suffolk University with a Bachelor of Science in Applied Legal Studies in 2010, she started her career in executive administration and operations support at the Museum of African American History and then YouthBuild Boston, working closely with the senior management team and board of directors. She specializes in effective business communication, executive reporting, fundraising operations, data management, donor relations, and high-level executive administrative support. She has a deep appreciation for mission-based work and values efficiency, productivity, and transparency in a workplace, and a good sense of humor.
As a first-generation college graduate, Nancy is passionate about expanding better opportunities and access for the underserved youth of Boston. Music, art, and literature helped shape Nancy’s formative years growing up as a refugee child who successfully advanced through the Boston Public Schools system. Because of this, she strongly believes in the power of the arts to transform society, enrich lives, and strengthen communities. Nancy is ecstatic for the opportunity to be able to the support the arts and the students at Boston Arts Academy. She currently lives in Providence, Rhode Island with her husband, Michael, and their three rambunctious cats.