Virginia Levin

May 4, 1948November 15, 2018

Virginia Levin was born on May 4, 1948 and passed away on November 15, 2018


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Kent Crawford

December 11, 2018

My heart is heavy with Ginger's passing. I wish I had called her one more time....

What a truly special person! Ginger always remembered my birthday, Debbie and my anniversary, and the founding date of PM Solutions, 22 years ago. Also, hers was the FIRST Christmas card we received every year - until this year.

I nominated Ginger as a PMI Fellow several years ago. The letters of support she received were many and of the strongest recommendation. To my disappointment, she was not selected that year. However, Ginger's service to PMI and to the profession lives on. Dr. Levin's presence is felt throughout the world through the books, publications, writings, research, and presentations she contributed in the project management profession. In addition, she volunteered tirelessly for local, national, and international arms of the Project Management Institute as a book reviewer, member of the Editorial Board for the Project Management Journal, paper reviewer for PMI Research Conferences, Contributor to PMI's Community Post, a participant in the Global Accreditation Committee, member or the original OPM3 core team, reviewer for PMI research grant applications, member of the PMO of the Year Award team, and a reviewer for PMI Distinguished Contribution Awards.

Ginger was a "do-as-I-do" kind of person - a pioneering leader who was the FIRST to earn ALL of PMI's professional certifications and credentials.

Ginger - I miss getting your cards, your corny humor, and your regular teasing about how the east cost of Florida is so much better than our Gulf side.

May you rest in peace.

Debbie Simon

December 8, 2018

Ginger was amazing. Every time I came to fix a printer or updat a device she would tell me stories and try to get me to go get my doctorate. I will miss my fellow missing duck.

Denise Thompson

December 3, 2018

I met Ginger at a PMI conference 10 years ago. Since that time she has been my mentor, my editor, and my coach. First and foremost she has been my friend. Ginger was truly a model leader. She was passionate about project management and serving others. She did both better than anyone I have ever known. Throughout her career she has helped hundreds, maybe even thousands, learn, grow, and stretch their skills to believe the impossible was possible. She made me a believer. I will be forever grateful. It has been an honor to know her, to work with her, and call her friend.

She will live on through the many leaders she developed by her example. I will miss her friendship and her council. ~Denise

Robert Heitzman

November 30, 2018

I too am a long time close Friend of Maurice & Ginger for 45 years, especially Ginger. I first met Her as Her Supervisor in 1970 for what was then the General Accounting Office. She was a pioneer as the first one in the Agency to use a Computer. We did not have an IT Section. And We were the first Male/Female Accountants to travel together I have been in constant contact with Her since. We are both NBA fans & have been
e-mailing each other almost every day about our favorite teams. We exchange Panda cards for our Birthdays. And She has been calling Me on My Birthday for over 45 years. Never missed once.
She will be sorely missed. RIP GINGER.

Jeff Collins

November 30, 2018

Ginger was one of a handful of us that enrolled at Wake Forest in the fall of '66. Our paths crossed frequently during our four years at WF, but I lost track of her after graduation. She was a dear friend and one of the kindest, most generous individuals I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. R.I.P Ginger.

Dr Gregory Haugan

November 29, 2018

Other than Morris I consider myself Ginger's best friend. Have known her and was her business partner in GLH, Inc for some 40 + years. I have been talking to her or emailing her almost daily all that time. She is leaving a hole in my life and I miss her very much. The photo was taken at our home in Heathsville VA when she visited in 2003.