David Doig

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David Doig
Occupation President
Employer Chicago Neighborhood Initiatives
Location Chicago
Website https://www.cnigroup.org

David Doig is a not-for-profit executive who serves as the President of Chicago Neighborhood Initiatives. Previously, he was the superintendent of the Chicago Park District.[1][2][3][4]


Doig has also served as a first deputy commissioner in the department of planning and development for the City of Chicago. He has also served as a deputy commissioner in th department of housing.

Dog was the development director of the Lawndale Christian Development Corporation in Chicago.


He holds a bachelor of arts in history from Wheaton College and a masters of business administration in public policy from the University of Chicago. University of Chicago


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