David Kramer is a real estate industry executive. Since 1995, he has worked at Hudson Companies, a New York City-based real estate firm that develops multifamily residential buildings, student dormitories and institutional housing for the faculty and staff of hospitals and universities. As of 2015, he was the company's chief executive. Before joining Hudson, Kramer worked as the housing director of the Venice Community Housing Corporation in Los Angeles. His career has also included a stint as a project manager at Skid Row Housing Trust, developers of low-income housing in Los Angeles. He co-founded People for Parks, a Los Angeles nonprofit coalition of parks advocates, in 1989 and served as its first executive director. Kramer, born in 1965, received a B.A. from Yale University and graduated from the Public Affairs Program of the Coro Foundation, a nonprofit leadership organization. He is now a Coro board member. He has served on the alumni council of Collegiate, an exclusive all-boys prep school located on the Upper West Side, and as a board member of the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation. Kramer has also served as the chairman of the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy. In 1993, he married Ellen Stacy Kramer, a writer. They live in Brooklyn Heights with their three children, Sadie, Eli and Jack.