Edward Amador


Edward Amador

Edward Amador joined Bolton-St. Johns in March of 2020, and is based in Brooklyn, New York.

Edward is a government and communications professional that has been focused on housing and buildings, homelessness, and political campaigns through his career. During his time in New York City Council, Edward advanced legislation to protect affordable housing and NYC residents from insidious scams like deed theft and deed fraud, use drones for building façade inspections, and took part in a working group that proposed carbon trading as a solution for NYC’s Climate Mobilization Act, Local Law 97 of 2019. He has experience lobbying at the local, state, and federal levels of government.

As a Senior Associate, Edward keeps his finger on the pulse of the advocacy community, and supports a wide range of clients on government relations, policy research, and communications needs.

Edward is a Philly native, and a proud graduate of Temple University and Rutgers University, where he received his Master’s Degree in Public Policy. He is passionate about creating positive change, and has a deep interest in creating a more equitable and fair City, real solutions to homelessness, and New York’s growing innovation economy.