Allison Levin | portrait photo | Cost Control Associates

Allison Levin is vice president of Cost Control Associates, Inc. Allison is responsible for the supervision and management of all analysts and office personnel within Cost Control Associates and serves as the primary contact for many key clients.

Allison ensures that project deadlines are met, strong client relationships are maintained and serves as an integral part of the analyses team through her leadership, training, support and technical knowledge. Allison reports directly to the President and assists in budgetary, financial, and strategic planning functions within Cost Control Associates.

“The best part of my day is when a client says, ‘You made my day!’” says Allison. “That’s what we are here for—to bring the solutions and answers that help our clients better manage their utility expenses. I’m glad we aren’t one of those companies that makes clients wade through endless 800-number menus just to ask a simple question. At Cost Control Associates, a live person answers the phone. If you need information, we find it for you—when you need it rather than when we can get to it. Customer service is a top priority for us, and I’m proud of that.”

Allison achieved industry certification in 2015 as a carbon reduction manager, a designation granted by the Association of Energy Engineers, a professional society of more than 17,000 members in 90 countries. She received her M.S.T. from SUNY Plattsburgh and her B.A. in mathematics from Boston University. Prior to joining Cost Control Associates in 1998, Allison worked for Citizens Energy in Boston providing energy efficiency services to clients. Allison has been active in a number of volunteer organizations and is a member of the 2016 Leadership Adirondack class, sponsored by the Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce.

Additional Team Profiles:
Keith Laake, President
Dave Sadlocha, Senior Vice President
Valerie Paquin, Senior Analyst
Jason Checkla, Regional Director
Lisa Miller, Marketing & Communications Manager

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