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Jon Del Giorno

Jon Del Giorno is a founding member of Pitta Bishop Del Giorno & Giblin LLC. He is resident in the firm's New York City office and manages the firm's New York City consulting and government relations practice. On behalf of the firm's public and private sector clients, Mr. Del Giorno oversees campaign finance and election compliance services; monitors procurement advisories and bid opportunities; and advises on government contracting, administrative and regulatory matters, legislation, and initiatives at all three levels of government. He engages in direct government and legislative advocacy on behalf of corporate, not-for-profit, small business clients, and labor organizations.

He has more than 21 years of experience in government relations. Prior to joining Pitta Bishop Del Giorno & Giblin LLC, he was a senior government relations specialist with several predecessor firms. He previously served as an executive assistant and community liaison to a number of New York City Council members; legislative administrator for New York City Council Services; assistant to the deputy borough president of Richmond County, where he served as a designated voting member of the former New York City Board of Estimate; and director of public affairs/communications and administrative manager for the New York City Board of Elections for 15 years. He has been a featured speaker and participant at public events, newscasts and forums on government policy, public affairs, and technology in government and City/State politics.

Activities and Affiliations:
He has served as a member of the board of numerous charitable organizations including Seaman's Society for Children and Families; Daytop Village Foundation, Inc.; Daytop International, Inc.; Omicron Delta Kappa Society-Wagner College Chapter; New York League of Conservation Voters-New York City Chapter; The Dakota Group; Pax Christi Hospice-St. Vincent's Catholic Medical Center; Richmond Home Need Services, Inc.; Port Richmond Alumni Association; New York State Institute on Disability, Inc.; and The United Nations Association-USA Chapter. Mr. Del Giorno has served as the chairperson of many fundraising events to benefit community organizations including Community Health Action Network; The Council of Arts & Humanities; The Greenbelt Conservancy; The Friends of Alice Austin House Museum; the Parker Jewish Institute for Health Care and Rehabilitation and the establishment of the Hon. Vito J. Titone Scholarship Fund-St. John's University School of Law. He has also chaired numerous political parry and campaign fundraising events throughout New York State.

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