School of Business

rss twitter LinkedIn Facebook YouTube Blogs




Student Code of Conduct








Sunny Levitt

Sunny Levitt

Sunny Levitt is owner and principal of SL Consultants, a career services and executive coaching firm designed to partner with leaders to effectively manage their careers and to successfully meet their professional and personal objectives.

Currently, Sunny is working with The George Washington University School of Business Career Center as a career consultant. Prior to that, Sunny served as Vice President, Senior Consultant in the Washington, DC office of a global talent development firm. During that time, she coached business leaders and top executives from Capital One, Bank of America, Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse Securities, Fidelity Investments, Friedman, Billings, & Ramsey (FBR), Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, The Royal Bank of Canada, and International Monetary Fund (IMF).

In addition, she coached clients from other industries including consulting firms, technology, pharmaceuticals, entertainment & media, government, non-profit, and international & global organizations. Sunny consistently received the highest quality ratings from her clients for managing their career transitions and for providing her executive coaching and career planning services. She was also responsible for leading the Washington, DC team of career consultants and coaches. This team twice received the highest top performance award for the delivery of career transition programs. In 2010, Sunny appeared on broadcast features for Nightly Business Report and News Channel 8 discussing the local and national job market.

Sunny spent the first part of her career in the transportation industry and her work experiences include administration, national & international operations, human resources management, and stress & crisis management. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from American University and earned certifications in Critical Incidence Stress Debriefings, Targeted Selection Behavioral-based Interviewing, and various career assessment tools.