Reynold Levy graduated from Hobart with a B.A. in 1966. At Hobart, he studied political science and participated in the Washington Semester Program at American University. A Dean's List regular, Levy was elected Phi Beta Kappa in addition to his roles as an active member of the Herald staff, a freshman adviser, and president of Pi Gamma Mu, the honorary social science society. Levy continued his education, receiving his M.A. in 1968, a Ph.D. in 1973, and a J.D. degree from Columbia University School of Law. Time and again, Levy has proven himself a tireless champion of philanthropic causes, a man with a remarkable talent for enriching the lives of others. He went on to be the executive director of the 92nd Street Y and president of the AT&T Foundation and the International Rescue Committee. In 2002, Levy went on to be the president of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. Levy has also been engaged in a number of charitable interests. He has served on the boards of the Manhattan Theatre Club, the Municipal Art Society of New York, the Roundabout Theater Company and the Consortium for the Advancement of Private Higher Education. Currently, he serves on the boards of the Nathan Cummings Foundation, Fordham University and the Center for Global Development. As a Hobart alumnus, Levy has remained faithful and connected, serving as a class agent, admissions volunteer and a member of his Reunion fundraising committee. He returned to campus to speak at the inauguration of President Richard H. Hersh in 1991, and again in 2000 as an honored speaker for the Druid Lecture Series.