LEVINE...Director, The Fatherhood Project Families and
Jim Levine is director of The Fatherhood Project, which
he founded in 1981 while he was vice president of the
Bank Street College of Education and relocated in 1989
to the Families and Work Institute in New York City.
He is also a consultant of Bright Horizons Family Solutions,
the nation's leading provider of workplace-based child
care and also writes an online column for Family Edge.com.
Jim graduated form Amherst College and earned his Ed.D.
at Harvard University. He has been profiled on ABC's
20/20 and recognized by Esquire in the 1980s ("Men Under
40 Who are Changing America") and Working Mother in
the 1990s ("25 Men in America who make a difference
in the lives of working mothers").
has authored seven books and over 100 articles. He was Executive
Producer for the two-hour PBS documentary, Fatherhood USA,
which first aired in June, 1998.
1. Working Parents: New Strategies for Balancing Work and
2. Raising Boys: The New Psychology
3. Daddy Stress/Daddy Success: How Employees and Managers
can Balance Work and Family Life
The New Workplace