Ms. Levy has an ongoing association with the NGO Committee on Aging, The committee first invited her to present a month-long lobby exhibit at the United Nations. The exhibit, "AGELESS" was designed to communicate the spirit of creativity and hope in later years. It is based on a program. Ms. Levy developed to feature the art of older persons, who, like Grandma Moses, took up painting later in life.
The TOPA (Towards Older Person Awareness) Foundation:
Developed and created an installation featuring portraits of geriatric rehabilitation patients. Individuals are linked with words - passionate, confident, courageous - designed to educate, underscore and communicate the positive experience of rehabilitation in this particular setting to patients, visitors and staff.
Ms. Levy was invited to present her exhibit which asked the question "HOW OLD WOULD YOU BE IF YOU DIDN'T KNOW HOW OLD YOU WERE?" as the opening slide show to the International Day of Older Persons at the United Nations. This work was also presented in Geneva, Switzerland to an international group of scholars.
Created and developed an exhibit featuring photo portraits of residents of the Home paired with their favorite caregivers. The project was designed to communicate the mission of the Home to residents, staff and family members. The work was presented at the National Conference of the American Society on Aging/National Council on Aging as an example of innovative uses of "Images of Aging" with an article about the project featured in the American Society on Aging newspaper.