Key Experience

  • New York City Council (1991-2001)
  • Host of CityWide (1995-date)
  • Law Committee Chair and Party Secretary, Brooklyn Democratic Party (1986-1990)

Memberships and Affiliations

  • State board member, New York League of Conservation Voters
  • Fellow of the Institute for Urban Design
  • Board member, Governors Island Alliance

Education

  • Syracuse University, J.D.
  • University of the Pacific, B.A.

Other Distinctions

  • Certificate of Commendation, New York City Police Department
  • Lucy G. Moses Award, Landmarks Conservancy
  • Delegate 1996 Democratic Convention
  • 2015 New York Metro Super Lawyer

Kenneth K. Fisher

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277 Park Avenue
New York, NY  10172

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Where Kenneth Works: New York

Kenneth K. Fisher joined the firm’s New York office in April 2009 and works with Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies, advocating for clients with decision-makers in all branches of local, state, and federal government.

City Hall Newspaper called him one of “10 People Who Can Help Get a Project Built or Help Stop One” and the Real Deal wrote that he “has emerged as a go-to-guy for real estate clients embroiled in contentious projects or public relations problems.”

Ken served as a member of the New York City Council from 1991-2001 (D-Brooklyn). He regularly appears before New York agencies, such as the Board of Standards and Appeals, City Planning Commission, Economic Development Corporation, the Department of Housing Preservation and Development, and Landmarks Preservation Commission, as well as other city and state departments, the Office of Mayor, and New York City Council.

Ken has authored numerous articles on public policy and hosts CityWide, a monthly public affairs television program on CUNY-TV. He also serves on the board of the New York League of Conservation Voters; is a fellow of the Institute for Urban Design; and was founding chair of the board of directors of the Governors Island Alliance, a coalition working to redevelop historic Governors Island.