Norman Steisel

Norman Steisel is currently the Chairman and CEO of EnEssCo Strategies, a firm he founded originally in 1994 and to which he returned in 2008 to capitalize on opportunities in emerging "green" business venues.  EnEssCo Strategies provides strategic, business development and marketing, and financial consulting services to firms engaged in the provision of environmental services and products, including waste handling and disposal, water supply and wastewater treatment and alternative clean energy technologies and production.

Mr. Steisel has over 40 years of experience in executive and strategic leadership working for corporate and NYC government including previous roles as Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer of the Philadelphia Stock Exchange; First Deputy Mayor of the City of New York; Senior Vice President at the investment banking firm Lazard Freres & Company; Commissioner of Sanitation of New York; First Deputy Budget Director of the City of New York; Founding Chairman of the NYC School Construction Authority; and Mr. Steisel served as the first civilian head of the Policy, Management and Crime Analysis division of New York City's Police Department.

Mr. Steisel holds a Bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering from Pratt Institute and Master of Science degree from Yale University.  He has taught courses in public policy analysis and decision-making at Yale School of Organization and Management, Harvard Kennedy School for Public Policy, Columbia University, New York University School of Law, and Baruch College.

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Source: NYU Robert Wagner School of Public Service