David Dishy is the chief executive officer of the New York City of the United States. David Dishy studied at Harvard University; he studied a Bachelor of Arts in American urban studies. He attended the Colombia university graduate school of architecture, planning and preservation, and after completing the graduation, he did a master’s in real estate development from the university. David Dishy started his work as the senior project manager in economic development corporation in 1989, and he carried that for almost four years. He worked for around five years as the principal HR&A advisor in 1993, and then he joined as senior vice president in forest city Ratner Company in 1994 and continued for five years. David Dishy was the managing director of Irishman Speyer from 2004-to 2009. He was the developmental President of L+M development partners from 2009-to 2022. After that, he started as chief executive officer in L+M development partners, and he focused on new developments and investments in new York city. He helps contain the sustainability and the cultural meeting in the New York region and east coast.