Annmarie Levins is the General Manager for Microsoft’s Technology & Civic Engagement efforts. She is based in Cambridge, MA, where she founded Microsoft’s Innovation & Policy Center – New England. She leads teams across the US to bring Microsoft people and technology to help communities address their most pressing challenges, including economic growth and development, access and inequality, and building smart, sustainable cities. Her team works in partnership with cities, non-profits, academics, start-ups, and other companies to help to solve these challenges. Prior to taking on this role, Annmarie was the Associate General Counsel managing legal support for Microsoft’s North American subsidiaries. She joined Microsoft in 1998, after clerking for Judge James L. Oakes on the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and Justice Lewis F. Powell on the US Supreme Court, serving as an Assistant US Attorney in New York and Seattle, and teaching at the University of Washington Law School.
Annmarie holds a BA from Brown University, a PhD in Politics from Princeton University, and a JD from the University of Maine.