Anna Levy was born in New York City and lived in Mount Vernon, New York. When she was eleven years old, she moved with her family to Auburn, AL. She attended Southern Union State Community College and later transferred to Auburn University, where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in collaborative special education. After graduation, Mrs. Levy moved to Birmingham to be closer to her family. She was offered a long term substitute teaching position at Burkett Center for the Multihandicapped, and taught there from February 2010-May 2010. Mrs. Levy later began working at the Allan Cott School, a subdivision of Glenwood Inc. School for Autism and Behavior. She taught there for two years. This is Mrs. Levy’s fifth year at Spring Valley School, where she teaches all academic subjects for the fourth grade class. She also teaches a home economics class to the lower school students once a week. Mrs. Levy’s other responsibilities include planning and executing lower school field trips. A beloved member of Mrs. Levy’s class is a therapy dog named Whiskey. He helps children throughout the school by calming them when they become upset or anxious. Mrs. Levy has been married to her husband David for four years. Together, they have a three year old daughter. They also have two dogs; Whiskey (the therapy dog), and Vulcan.