Harlem Resident And Advocate Keith L. T. Wright Among Top Black Leaders & Executives

Crain’s New York Business has released its list of New York’s Most Notable Black Leaders and Executives, and among them was Keith L. T. Wright.

Mr. Wright is Director of Strategic Planning at celebrated New York commercial law and government relations firm Davidoff Hutcher & Citron LLP.

Mr. Wright was among a select group of Black men and women from a variety of industries, whose professional, community and philanthropic achievements have helped propel the city and state forward, while furthering the cause of diversity and inclusion.

In his current role, Mr. Wright assists clients—including businesses, non-profits and social service and housing entities—with long-term strategic goals and helps them navigate pandemic-induced realities and restrictions.

“Keith Wright has been integral to the overall health and success of New York City for many decades, with an upstanding reputation and deep knowledge base that is unrivaled among his peers,” said Sid Davidoff, Founding Partner and Chairman of Davidoff Hutcher & Citron LLP. “He has been a great asset to this firm, and we congratulate him on his worthy inclusion on Crain’s Notable Black Leaders and Executives List.”

A lifelong Harlem resident, Mr. Wright has decades of experience empowering New Yorkers through key positions in New York City’s Human Resources Administration, the New York City Transit Authority and the Manhattan borough president’s office, as well as more than 20 years serving as a Member of the New York State Assembly.

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