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Jamie Levine Daniel

Jamie Levine Daniel

Assistant Professor
School of Public and Environmental Affairs
Office: BS 4062
Phone: 317-274-8227
Email: jlevined@iupui.edu

Curriculum Vitae

Education

Ph.D., Ohio State University, 2014
MBA, Ohio State University, 2008
BA, American University, 2002

Professional Experience

Assistant Professor, SPEA IUPUI, 2015-present
Instructor, Ohio State University, 2012-2015
Teaching Assistant, Ohio State University, 2011-2012
Research Assistant, Ohio State University, 2009-2011
Consultant to BBYO-JDC Global Initiatives Partnership, 2009-present
ARC-One Presidential Intern, American Red Cross, June-August 2007
Jewish Service Corps Volunteer/Community Advisor, Joint Distribution Committee, 2005-2006
Freelance Strategy Consultant, 2006-present
Program Specialist, BBYO, INc., 2001-2005

Professional Affiliations

Academy of Management (AOM)
Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA)
Public Management Research Association (PMRA)

Major fields of expertise

nonprofit management
capacity
nonprofit revenue trends

Intellectual Contributions

Refereed Articles

Levine Daniel, J. and Kim, M. (Forthcoming). The scale of mission-embeddedness as a nonprofit revenue classification tool: Different earned revenue types, different performance effects. Administration & Society.

Levine Daniel, Jamie. Mid-Ohio Foodbank: Building Capacity in Service Provider Networks, multimedia E-case, 2014. Accessible at http://www.hubertproject.org/hubert-material/344/

Dissertation

Mission-Based Objectives, Market-Based Funding: The Relationship Between Earned Revenue and Charitable Mission

Book Chapter

Levine Daniel, Jamie and Jos Raadschelders. (2013). The Legacy of Chalres E. Lindblom in Contemporary Scholarship: Incrementalism as Theory, Strategy, and Principle. In Mastering Public Administration: From Max Weber to Dwight Waldo. Washington, DC: CQ Press.

Professional Reports

Levine, Jamie. Mid-Ohio Foodbank Capacity Assessment Report. 2011

Select Research Presentations

Levine Daniel, Jamie. 2015. Mission-Based Objectives, Market-Based Funding: The Relationship between Earned Revenue & Service, working paper accepted for presentation at Academy of Management Annual Meeting, August 2015, Vancouver, BC.

Levine Daniel, Jamie
and Mirae Kim. 2014. What kind of revenue diversification? Balancing mission-based objectives, market-based revenue, and organizational stability. Working paper, accepted for presentation at Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action Annual Meeting, November 2014, Denver, CO.

Levine Daniel, Jamie, 2013. Market-based Income Strategies, Mission-based Objectives: Exploring the Relationship between Earned Income and Program Expenses for Nonprofit Arts Organizations. Working paper, accepted for presentation at the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action Annual Meeting, November 2013, Hartford, CT.

Levine Daniel, Jamie. 2013. Market-based income strategies, mission-based objectives: To what extent do organizations that rely on earned income spend more on programs? Working paper accepted for presentation at Public Management Research Conference, June 2013, Madison, WI.

Courses Taught (teaching)

Introduction to Public Affairs, SPEA V170
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector, SPEA V221, V521

Service

Peer Reviewer, Nonprofit Management and Leadership; The Hubert Project, AOM conference papers
Advisor, Program Specialist, Alpha Epsilon Phi

Select Awards and Recognition

ARNOVA Emerging Scholar
Hubert Human Service Fellow
ARNOVA Doctoral Fellow
Hays Graduate Research Forum, 3rd Place, business
Robert W. Backoff Research Award
Academy of Management PNP Doctoral Consortium Participant