Intergovernmental Affairs Director Emma Wolfe is charged with working with officials from the City Council to Congress to implement progressive policies that require legislative and executive support.
Emma Wolfe most recently served as the Deputy Campaign Manager and Political Director for Bill de Blasio’s mayoral campaign, overseeing the building of a victorious citywide coalition that spanned all five boroughs. Wolfe previously served de Blasio as Chief of Staff for the Office of the Public Advocate, reorganizing the office into an effective agency watchdog with an emphasis on community organizing. She has worked as an organizing and field director for the New York State Senate, Working Families Party and 1199 SEIU. She has played a key role in progressive electoral victories across New York, including the election of a Democratic majority in the State Senate in 2008 and Bill de Blasio’s 2009 victory as Public Advocate. She holds a degree in Urban Studies and Sociology from Barnard College at Columbia University.