Levi Pascher serves as a public relations specialist and helps with various media relations efforts for Ed Lewi’s extensive client roster including copywriting, press releases, event planning, marketing content and story placement.
Levi joined the ELA team after working five years in the print journalism profession, where he previously served as both a city reporter and editor for different publications in both Fulton and Montgomery counties. He worked on various features, profiles and news content for the Leader-Herald newspaper before helping successfully launch a new direct-mail weekly in 2014, called the Fulton County Express.
Levi served as a jack of all trades for the publication providing various articles, visual content and handled all pagination for the paper while also managing the social media accounts.
Originally from the sweeping plains of Oklahoma, Levi moved to upstate New York as a young child and graduated from The College at Brockport State University of New York with a B.A. in online journalism and a minor in history.
Although his southern accent has faded, Levi is an avid sports fan who spends much of his time cheering for his beloved Sooners and Oklahoma City Thunder. He also enjoys hiking, kayaking and spending time with family and friends.
Hands down the summer, it’s the only time this Okie blood feels warm.
Best childhood memory:
Going on hiking or water adventures with my trusty jack russell terrier sidekick, Dino Spumoni, who once decided to save a large tree floating down the river.
I can juggle more than the responsibilities of my profession. In fact, I was a founding member of the “Juggle Bugs” at Boulevard Elementary School.
I love any kind of Mexican food. Es muy delicioso!