Areas of Expertise
Ms. Levosky has over 20 years of public and private sector human resources
management and business experience. She assists federal, state and local
government agencies to achieve high performance. Her projects are all
about change in the human resource arena, and include: creating competency-based
positions, succession plans and associated compensation levels for the
City of Philadelphia Personnel Department; consolidating job titles in
the State of New York civil service system to reduce classification complexity;
developing an implementation plan for the State of Colorado to change
all human resource activities to a competency-based foundation; and restructuring/downsizing
the City of Vineland Municipal Electric Utility. Ms. Levosky is co-author
with Linda Anselmini of the IPMA publication Workforce Planning Resource
Guide for Public Sector Human Resource Professionals.
• Served as an Expert Consultant with the United States Office of
Personnel Management to provide occupational analysis, implementation
design and training for Colorado, Michigan, and Washington, and the cities
of Philadelphia and Boise.
• Worked with the State of Iowa to design an enterprise-wide workforce
plan, succession plan, and decision model for hiring.
• Conducted an efficiency and effectiveness study of the HR function
of the City of Rochester, NY.
• Co-managed one of three of the Mayor’s Efficiency and Effectiveness
Process Reviews for HR, Payroll and Workers Compensation for the City
• Assisted the Georgia Department of Transportation review human
resource processes and create a workforce development plan. Included a
comprehensive analysis and validation study to meet current and future
• Conducted a needs assessment and competency study for the National
Transit Institute. Assessed the core competencies to be used by the NTI
Curriculum Committee for competency-based curriculum development and training
• Presently working with the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious
Diseases to conduct organizational assessments and development interventions
to facilitate the significant change associated with the increased responsibilities
• Currently working with the Georgia Technology Authority in helping
to define the “As Is” and “To Be” states and developing
a competency bank so employees can be best matched to jobs based on skill
requirements of the new jobs.
• Served as Deputy Commissioner for the State of New Jersey Department
of Personnel, where she reformed the personnel system for 80,000 state
government and 112,000 local government employees.
• Served as the Director of Human Resources and Administration for
the American College of Physicians, and Director of Human Resources for
Smith Industries Aerospace.
Education and Background
Ms. Levosky received her Master of Business Administration from Temple
University. While at Rider University she achieved the degree of Bachelor
of Science, Labor Relations and Personnel. Other certifications include
her Certification in Quality Management from Penn State University and
she is a Certified Professional in the International Professional Management