Jonathan Boguchwal served as Chief of Staff to Essex and Morris County State Senator and former Governor Richard J. Codey, which included the period Senator Codey served as Senate President of the New Jersey State Senate. In addition, he has served on the legislative and municipal staff of Hudson County State Senator and Township of North Bergen Mayor Nicholas J. Sacco.
Prior to these positions, Jonathan served as Deputy Chief of Staff to Senate President Codey and was a Research Associate in the Senate Democratic Majority Office. As a research associate, Jonathan served as the lead aide to the Senate Transportation Committee and Senate Labor Committee representing the interests of the Senate Democratic Caucus.
Jonathan has served in various positions with local, legislative, and statewide campaigns, including Deputy Executive Director of the Senate Democratic Majority Political Action Committee.
Jonathan has served on numerous Boards and Commissions over the years. Appointed by Governor Phil Murphy, he currently serves on the Rutgers University Board of Trustees and served in Transition 2018 as Deputy Policy Director and lead author for the Transportation and Infrastructure Transition Advisory Committee for Governor Murphy as well.
He was previously appointed by the Speaker of the General Assembly to the New Jersey College Affordability Study Commission and he served on the Hudson County 2011 Freeholder Apportionment Commission, which was charged with drawing the Hudson County Freeholder Districts after the 2010 Census.
In addition, he has previously served on the Rutgers University Board of Trustees and the New Jersey Israel Commission appointed by Governors Jon Corzine and Richard J. Codey, respectively.
Drawing on his experience in state and local government, Jonathan provides a wide breadth of representation for clients in the fields of transportation and infrastructure, healthcare, education, telecommunications, environmental, gaming, regulatory affairs, and economic and business development.
Jonathan received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from Rutgers University, New Brunswick and his Master of Public Affairs and Politics degree from the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University. He resides in Hoboken New Jersey where he is active in local and county-wide politics.
Drawing on his history and experience in state and local government, Jonathan provides a wide breadth of representation for clients in the fields of transportation and infrastructure, healthcare, education, telecommunications, environmental, gaming, regulatory affairs, and economic and business development.