Scope of Work aims to establish equity for young talent in New York City's creative industry. By removing barriers and providing access to pre-professional development resources, real-world work experience, and holistic mentorship, S.O.W. works to institute reflective representation for marginalized youth and realize a diverse, impactful creative sector.
Eda Levenson is the Founder of Scope of Work (S.O.W.), which aims to realize a diverse and impactful creative sector by closing the opportunity gap for New York City’s underrepresented youth. Levenson received a BA in Community Studies from University of California, Santa Cruz, and an MA in Human Development and Psychology from Harvard University Graduate School of Education. She was the Co-Facilitator and Director of Student Support Services at the Berkeley Technology Academy, Program Manager at Urban Arts Partnership, and Health Access Specialist at the New York University Lutheran Medical Center.