David Lehman left the private sector and a high-powered Wall Street job earlier this year to join the Department of Economic and Community Development as the agency's commissioner.

The 41-year-old volunteered for public service, approaching Governor Ned Lamont and asking for a job in his administration.

Lehman recently sat down with CBIA president and CEO Joe Brennan to share his vision for growing the state's economy, parallels between the private and public sectors, and how he measures success.

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