Bernard D’Orazio is a native New Yorker who has lived in New York City for more than 35 years. He served for eight years as an appointed member of Manhattan Community Board No. 1, which participates in City planning processes and other issues facing lower Manhattan. In addition, he was for many years a member of the Board of Managers of his 261-unit condominium building located in the Tribeca neighborhood in Manhattan and also served as its President. Mr. D’Orazio is presently a Public Member of the Business Conduct Committee (formerly known as the Adjudication Committee) of The CME Group, which operates the NYMEX/COMEX Commodities exchanges in New York City. His interests include history, music, sports, film, travel, all things concerning fabulous Upstate New York, and his family.
Mr. D’Orazio is a lecturer on the topic of judgment enforcement for the New York City Bar Association. He also writes on New York City history for The Tribeca Tribune, a community newspaper.