Lisa C. Levine
Regent Lisa Levine was appointed by Governor Steve Sisolak to serve on the Board of Regents to represent District 5 beginning June 2, 2020. She serves as a member of the Academic, Research and Student Affairs Committee; Health Sciences System Committee; Cultural Diversity Committee; and Community College Committee.
As the director of government relations for IGT, Regent Levine uses her political and policy experience to promote the company’s mission as a global innovation leader in the gaming industry through relationship building, community affairs, and philanthropy. Before joining IGT, she spent more than a decade working in Nevada politics and government, including serving as political director and special assistant to Congresswoman Dina Titus.
Growing up in Las Vegas, Nevada, Regent Levine earned her education through the Clark County School District and graduated with honors from Sierra Vista High School. She obtained a bachelor’s degree in political science and master’s degree in public administration from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV). As a first-generation college graduate, she knows firsthand how valuable education is for students and the community to succeed, and the power it has for upward mobility and economic prosperity.
Regent Levine is deeply passionate about community engagement. She is chair of IGT’s Las Vegas Leadership Council and serves on their executive committee for the Nevada Women Inclusion Network. She is a member of Million Women Mentors of Nevada, 2020 Women on Boards, the Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers’ Governmental Affairs Committee, and Regional Air Services Corporation. She serves on the board of the Public Education Foundation, Nevada Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, and was previously on the board of the Women’s Research Institute of Nevada. She was also a member of the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce’s Government Affairs Committee. Lisa is an appointee to the Nevada Legislative Statutory Committee on Industrial Programs and had previously been appointed to and served on Clark County’s Animal Advisory Board.
Home means Nevada for Regent Levine with her partner Andrew Woods and their treasured shelter pets Lacey and Samara.