Norman Steisel Deputy Mayor has a versatile and dynamic background. Before becoming First Deputy Mayor of NYC from 1990-1994, Mr. Steisel was involved in government work as he reigned as the Sanitation Commissioner. While he was at this position he ended up serving the longest term for that office.

In 1986, Norman Steisel Deputy Mayor left city government to join pursue a career in investment banking. While working as an investor, Mr. Steisel advised on matters ranging from waste disposal, water treatment, air pollution, and debt insurance. The signs were pointing him back to city government once more and he went back to office.

However, after Norman Steisel Deputy Mayor served his term, he went on to work as a consultant on a variety of “green” projects, and continued his work in water treatment and waste management.