Maggie Livelsberger is the Policy Director for PPC. Her policy focus is primarily early learning and maternal and child health, with a concentration on prenatal-to-age-three policy.
Prior to joining PPC, Maggie spent nine years working in government relations and public policy for United Way of Pennsylvania (UWP) and the Pennsylvania Beer Alliance, respectively. During her time with UWP, Maggie advocated for many human services issues, including early childhood education and connecting Pennsylvanians with community resources, and she also led the work of implementing the ALICE® (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) Report in Pennsylvania, which highlights financial instability across many households. Maggie also served as a Legislative Fellow with the state House Education Committee, under co-Chair James Roebuck.
Maggie earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from The Pennsylvania State University, along with a Master of Arts in Public Administration, with a concentration in Policy Analysis and Evaluation. She also received a Master of Science in Management, with a concentration in Nonprofit Management, at the University Of Maryland University College. Maggie resides in Carlisle with her husband, son, daughter, and two fur babies.