WHO WE ARE

Scott Levy

Scott, 48, is a divorced dad to two boys, Jack and Luke, and currently lives in the New York City metro area. Growing up, Scott worked as a bagel baker, a waiter, a chef, a gas jockey and a stock boy. Scott then worked for a lobbyist on Capitol Hill in D.C. while attending the University of Maryland — the Terps — thus our fabulous mascot for the Playbook.

Scott is a serial entrepreneur and has helped build and grow dozens of technology companies focused on digital and social media.
 
Scott is a certified Executive and Corporate Coach and has helped leaders from startup founders to members of the Fortune Billionaires list.

Scott has been a divorced dad for more than 8 years and has spent much of that time focusing on his boys and helping other single parents deal with the trials and tribulations of divorce. Although Scott is the older brother to Dan, he is not the oldest brother. That is Paul and he lives in Philadelphia.

Although Scott may appear the wiser, more experienced brother on the Divorced Dad Playbook Podcast, he makes mistakes every day and learns from those mistakes to help himself, his family and his friends. The culmination of Scott’s experiences and connections have led to the creation of the Divorced Dad Playbook.

Scott and his kids have raised Seeing Eye Puppies for the disabled in their spare time.

Dan Levy

Dan, 42, is the youngest of the three Levy boys, six years younger than Scott.

He started his professional career while in college at Rutgers, and before he knew it, he was in charge of all publications and design, including the Rutgers R logo, which is now in its 20th year of use.

Dan moved on from Rutgers shortly after his oldest was born.

After running a personal design firm — where he first worked with his older brother —  Dan found a home in media.

He has worked as a national sports and pop culture writer, a national radio host on Sirius/XM and a lead editor at several local and major national outlets. His articles have amassed more than 21 million reads, and his past shows had tens of thousands of daily listeners.

He once interviewed Kermit the Frog, which he still contends is the coolest thing that's happened in his entire life.

Dan, Zoe and Max — his youngest — have worked on a host of personal passion projects over the years, raising upwards of $20,000 for various charities and non-profit organizations.

Divorced less than a year after being married for 17 years, Dan holds nothing back as host of our podcast, stressing the importance of mindfulness and positive mental health.

WHO WE ARE

Scott Levy

Scott, 48, is a divorced dad to two boys, Jack and Luke, and currently lives in the New York City metro area. Growing up, Scott worked as a bagel baker, a waiter, a chef, a gas jockey and a stock boy. Scott then worked for a lobbyist on Capitol Hill in D.C. while attending the University of Maryland — the Terps — thus our fabulous mascot for the Playbook.

Scott is a serial entrepreneur and has helped build and grow dozens of technology companies focused on digital and social media.
 
Scott is a certified Executive and Corporate Coach and has helped leaders from startup founders to members of the Fortune Billionaires list.

Scott has been a divorced dad for more than 8 years and has spent much of that time focusing on his boys and helping other single parents deal with the trials and tribulations of divorce. Although Scott is the older brother to Dan, he is not the oldest brother. That is Paul and he lives in Philadelphia.

Although Scott may appear the wiser, more experienced brother on the Divorced Dad Playbook Podcast, he makes mistakes every day and learns from those mistakes to help himself, his family and his friends. The culmination of Scott’s experiences and connections have led to the creation of the Divorced Dad Playbook.

Scott and his kids have raised Seeing Eye Puppies for the disabled in their spare time.

Dan Levy

Dan, 42, is the youngest of the three Levy boys, six years younger than Scott.

He started his professional career while in college at Rutgers, and before he knew it, he was in charge of all publications and design, including the Rutgers R logo, which is now in its 20th year of use.

Dan moved on from Rutgers shortly after his oldest was born.

After running a personal design firm — where he first worked with his older brother —  Dan found a home in media.

He has worked as a national sports and pop culture writer, a national radio host on Sirius/XM and a lead editor at several local and major national outlets. His articles have amassed more than 21 million reads, and his past shows had tens of thousands of daily listeners.

He once interviewed Kermit the Frog, which he still contends is the coolest thing that's happened in his entire life.

Dan, Zoe and Max — his youngest — have worked on a host of personal passion projects over the years, raising upwards of $20,000 for various charities and non-profit organizations.

Divorced less than a year after being married for 17 years, Dan holds nothing back as host of our podcast, stressing the importance of mindfulness and positive mental health.

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We are constantly adding new content, offering guidance, instruction and useful information to the site. Our contributors are professionals in a number of key industries, all willing to share their expertise with us, so we can share it with you.
 
The list includes:

Divorce Attorneys
- Financial Advisors
- Medical Professionals
- Realtors
- Social Workers
- Juvenile Counselors
- Interior Decorators
- Landscapers
- Style Coordinators
- Personal Trainers
- Sex Therapists
- Top Chefs

 
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