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NAVCP Names Secretary and Treasurer

Dr. Daniel Levy, chief optometric officer of Guardian/Avēsis, was unanimously approved for the positions.

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(PRESS RELEASE) TUCKER, GA – The National Association of Vision Care Plans (NAVCP) announced at the conclusion of the June 29 virtual board meeting that Dr. Daniel Levy, chief optometric officer of Guardian/Avēsis was unanimously approved to serve as the secretary and treasurer, a seat vacated by VSP’s Kate Renwick-Espinosa who assumed the chair-elect position at the April 2020 board of directors meeting.

“I have represented Avēsis and now Guardian as a board member at NAVCP for seven years,” said Levy. “We are aligned with the commitment that NAVCP brings in innovation, education, and administration, as well as providing analytical data that show the value of annual eye care and eye wear for all consumers.”

Levy has more than two decades of experience in clinical optometry as a practicing eye care specialist in New York. He leads the clinical and eye care services teams that set the standards of care, refine and implement policy, coordinate quality assurance, and serve as a strategic resource for eye care services and programs. Together, they develop clinical protocols and guidelines for comprehensive eye care.

“We are striving to create a solid leadership succession team that will ensure vision care is considered essential healthcare. Dr. Levy is a respected optometrist who will bring his wealth of experience and knowledge to the association,” said Julian Roberts, executive director, NAVCP. “The vision industry is rapidly evolving, and it remains critical that we maintain a strong voice to continue advocating, collaborating and simplifying the industry. I welcome Dr. Levy’s enthusiasm during these transformational times.”

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