Philip Bolen

Philip Bolen recently joined the Bolton-St. Johns Albany Office in January of 2014. He graduated from the University at Buffalo with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Sociology, and is currently working on his Master of Public Administration at the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy.

Philip has accumulated experience across different levels of government and policy; prior to joining Bolton-St. Johns he worked in the Grants Division for Senator Schumer in Washington DC, focusing on research and drafting letters to constituents. He has also worked on former Representative Kathy Hochul’s successful 2011 Congressional campaign, where he reached out to voters across Buffalo and Amherst.

While attending the University at Buffalo, Philip worked within their community engagement and outreach office, instructing students on how they could become involved on their campus and in the greater Buffalo area. Additionally, he maintained a position as the Advocacy Chairman for the annual Relay for Life, helping to organize a massive event that drew in tens of thousands of dollars for cancer research in New York State.