Levine is an accomplished producer, writer, reporter, host, editor and photojournalist. Her career began "pulling cable" at a television station in New Jersey in 1985. She worked for NJN Public Television, New Jersey's PBS affiliate, from 1988 through 2011. She was the long-time host and producer of NJN's Homeless Tails, a television program that helped homeless dogs and cats in New Jersey find loving caregivers and educate viewers about important humane issues. She also was the host of The Best Years for Ocean County College's Ocean TV-20. In 2014 she completed a 1-hour film, Heartbreak & Healing After Sandy, that explored 2 years of recovery in Ocean County following Superstorm Sandy. Today, Levine produces projects for Rutgers University, New Jersey Institute of Technology and other corporate and nonprofit clients. In addition to working in television news for 12 years as a producer and reporter, Levine has produced half-hour documentaries on issues ranging from breast cancer to animal welfare. For one production she donned scuba gear and dove into a steel cage to videotape the awesome Great White Shark off South Australia. In promoting a charitable art show organized by her sister, artist Diana Madaras of Tucson, Arizona, Levine traveled to South Africa to profile the beneficiaries. The video she produced spurred other organizations to get involved; the art show raised $80,000 for charity. Levine has been featured in numerous publications - regional and national - for her work on Homeless Tails, and she appeared on a segment of Amazing Tails on the nationwide cable channel, Animal Planet. In 2007 Levine was presented an award by the Monmouth County SPCA for her work on behalf of animal welfare. In 2004 she was named the Animal Welfare Federation of New Jersey's Hero to Animals, and also was inducted into the Toms River Schools Hall of Fame in recognition of her professional achievements and contributions to the community. In 2002 The Humane Society of the United States honored Levine. Levine is a 1982 graduate of Rutgers University with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications, and a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Sandra Levine Productions is a proud member of the Ocean County Business Association.