Tonio Burgos and Associates
Phone: (212) 566-5600
With almost four decades of government, civic involvement and legislative affairs experience, Tonio Burgos brings unique insight and a comprehensive understanding of how to get results on behalf of clients.
Eighteen years ago, Mr. Burgos founded the firm which bears his name with a simple mission in mind: A commitment to integrity and a focus on delivering results for his clients. Today he is a valued counselor to some of the country’s most influential organizations, companies and civic leaders.
As top-rated consulting firm in the tri-state region, Tonio Burgos & Associates, Inc. (TB &A) along with its affiliates, Tonio Burgos & Associates of New Jersey, LLC, and NYPROCOA, Inc., have successfully worked with clients on a wide range of projects in both the public and private sector.
In 1983, New York Governor Mario Cuomo appointed Mr. Burgos Director of Executive Services. Mr. Burgos long association with the Governor began with the Governor’s service as Secretary of State and continued during his tenure as Lieutenant Governor. Mr. Burgos also served as a Commissioner of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and as a Director of the Path Commuter Rail System.
In 2002, New Jersey Governor Jim McGreevey appointed Mr. Burgos Vice Chairman of the New Jersey Economic Development Authority and a member of the School Construction Corporation. Mr. Burgos was also chosen as Treasurer of the Camden Economic Recovery Board, as well as a Commissioner of the Israel Trade Commission.
In addition to running TB&A, Mr. Burgos is an active leader in many civic organizations and causes. In 1995, President Bill Clinton appointed Mr. Burgos to the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS.
New York Governor George Pataki appointed Mr. Burgos a member of the Advisory Committee of Lower Manhattan Economic Development Corporation on Transportation issues. He is a member of the New York City Partnership, the Board of New York City & Company and its Executive Committee. He serves, as well, on the Steering Committee of the Association for Better New York (ABNY). He is also a member of the New York Building Congress Foundation and the Governor’s Island Advisory Committee.
Currently Mr. Burgos is a member of the New York City Latin Media Entertainment Commission and is a Governor of the New York Building Foundation. He serves on the Board of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute and is a member of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) for New Jersey.
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