Jon Bombardieri


Jon Bombardieri served as Executive Director of the New Jersey General Assembly and has worked on some of the most complex issues in recent times.  In addition, he has served as Policy Advisor for the New Jersey General Assembly Majority Office, and was instrumental in the drafting and passage of the New Jersey Energy Deregulation Act.

As Policy Advisor in the Assembly Majority Office, Mr. Bombardieri served as the aide to the Assembly Environment Committee, the Assembly Health and Insurance Committee, the Assembly Solid & Hazardous Waste Committee, the Assembly Policy & Regulatory Oversight Committee, the Assembly Telecommunications Committee, and the Assembly Telecommunications & Utilities Committee.

Mr. Bombardieri has served in various positions with numerous local, state and federal campaigns, including the Executive Director of the Assembly Campaign Committee.  His extensive experience running political campaigns has enabled him, to develop and execute successful public policy campaigns for some of the world’s leading organizations and companies.

Prior to becoming a Partner at CLB Partners, Mr. Bombardieri served as a Managing Director of a public affairs firm in Princeton, NJ.

Mr. Bombardieri received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Muhlenberg College.

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