Max Levine '09 Announced as Keynote Speaker for the Middlebury Rugby Gala

Max Levine graduated from Middlebury in 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in International Politics and Economics. He is currently a Senior Associate at California Environmental Associates’ philanthropic services practice. He leads investigations across a variety of conservation topics for private foundations, nonprofit organizations, academics and financial institutions. On the rugby pitch, Max is a two-time Division II National Champion with Middlebury (2007 and 2009). During his time with the MCRC, he was named the Club President, Captain and Most Valuable player. Moreover, he also played for CUS Ferrara in Italy. Additionally, while representing the USA on the Maccabi Rugby Team, Max won a Gold Medal in sevens and two Bronze Medals in fifteens at the 18th and 19th Maccabiah Games in Israel. He continued his rugby career with New York Athletic Club, where he won a National Championship in 2012. Most recently, he has played for the Olympic Club of San Francisco. 

Max is a perfect example of someone who has used the values and ethics he learned with the MCRC and applied it to a successful career after college, both on and off the field. His speech and the rest of Alumni Weekend is definitely something you will not want to miss!

Please see the following link for the full Alumni Weekend Schedule: http://www.themcrc.com/news/2016/8/19/middlebury-rugby-alumni-weekend-2016

Please send all RSVPs to jfeury@middlebury.edu