David Gensler

Executive Director/CEO, Gensler

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One of the three CEO’s of Gensler, a design firm with offices around the world including in Los Angeles, California

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Few Southern Californians may be able to locate the  Emirate of Dubai , but its financial problems may have an impact far beyond the Middle East.

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