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Key Player Spotlight – Ann Levin

September 8, 2022

Compliance Officer at the Ohio Real Title Pepper Pike location, Ann Levin brings with her a diverse educational and professional background. She holds a BA in psychology from Temple University, an MA in Educational Psychology from the University of Maryland, and a JD from Cleveland State College of Law. 

Prior to joining Ohio Real Title, Ann held a variety of compliance and administrative-related roles throughout her career. Her diverse professional history includes work in different industries, including childhood abuse prevention, infection prevention services, and medical insurance.

Ann joined the Ohio Real Title team for the opportunity to learn an entirely new area of compliance. At ORT, Ann values working across departments in a growing company. She credits her success at ORT to her ability to translate technical ideas into everyday language to empower and enable individuals. “I also feel strongly that everyone does better when they understand the big picture and where their part fits in, so I take pains to explain that to everyone,” Ann says.

Ann is enthusiastic about her future with ORT as she appreciates the company’s philosophy in treating everyone as equals and promoting a healthy work-life balance. She is confident in the success of the company and comments that ORT, “has been very flexible in adjusting to the market forces and has shown that it can grow and change without losing its focus on excellent quality services.”

We recently had the opportunity to talk with Ann about some of her favorite things outside of work. 

What are the three things you can’t live without? 

People, books, and ice cream. 

When you are not working, how do you like to spend your free time?

Gardening, reading, and attending all kinds of performing arts. 

Tell us about your family. 

I have been married for 42 years and have two grown children, who, luckily for us, live in northeast Ohio. I also have two granddogs who we love to doggy sit.

What’s the best piece of advice you’ve received?

Always think about the words you use, because that is the only way you can be understood.

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