Director's Biography

Jon Paul Lupo is the Director of the Mayor’s Office of Intergovernmental Affairs prior to that he served as Director of City Legislative Affairs for 4 years. In that role he led a team that secured legislation creating IDNYC, secured council approval for the Mayor’s Mandatory Inclusionary Housing requirement and helped deliver four early budgets for NYC.

Prior to his time in the Mayor’s Office Lupo had more than a decade of experience in government, politics and communications, with a winning track record. He held senior positions on the campaigns of Senator Jim Webb in Virginia and Senator Tim Johnson in South Dakota. 

Jon Paul Lupo joined former Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz’s staff in 2011 as director of communications and external affairs, and most recently served as his chief of staff. He managed intergovernmental affairs across every level of government for all major agency projects and worked with community boards, city agencies, and the City Council to move projects forward.

A native Brooklynite, he attended Stuyvesant High School and Emory University. While at Emory, he won the National Debate Tournament.