Ben Levinson of Law Office of Benjamin R. Levinson was awarded the Dorothy Schick Member of the Year during the Association’s 47th Annual Education Conference.
Levinson received the award for his work on the Board for six years, including two years as Vice-President of the Association, and for leading UTA’s Bankruptcy panel for the past ten years.
“Ben has served as moderator and prepared detailed summaries of bankruptcy cases at the conference each year,” said UTA President Randy Newman, in presenting the award.
The award honors members for their service and contributions to the Association and the industry and is given to a member who has elevated the Association in its mission to foster and promote the quality of the default services industry through their extraordinary efforts and dedication. Award winners are nominated by UTA’s Committee Chairs and Board Members with a final determination of the winner made by the Board of Directors.
Levinson stated, “I am honored to receive this award. There are so many members that would be deserving and who put in a great amount of volunteer time to keep UTA moving forward. Many thanks to the Board for finding me deserving of this award.”