Mr. Gaburo is a lobbyist at PPAG–Princeton Public Affairs Group, New Jerseys’ premier governmental relations firm. Over the past two decades Mr. Gaburo has earned a reputation as one of the state capital’s most knowledgeable and respected advocates. His practice centers around healthcare, insurance, transportation, maritime and environmental issues. His client roster reads like a who’s who of business in New Jersey including leading companies in the pharmaceutical, insurance, hospital and maritime industries.
Prior to joining PPAG– Princeton Public Affairs Group, Mr. Gaburo perfected his lobbying expertise while a partner at Hodes, Shaw, Bodman and Gluck and at the GluckShaw Group. He also gained extensive national experience as a Field Director for Bailey Political Consulting, Inc., where he organized and mobilized support from business, industry and community groups in grassroots campaigns in New Jersey, Arizona and Louisiana. Additionally Mr. Gaburo has served as Executive Director of the New Jersey Soft Drink Association.
Mr. Gaburo served in elected office from 1996-1999 as a member of the Borough Council in his hometown of Raritan, New Jersey. He was elected council president in 1998 and has also served on the borough’s planning board and as Police and Fire Commissioner. Mr. Gaburo also served as a Somerset County Republican Committeeman and was the Raritan Borough Republican Municipal Chairman and is currently the Chairman of the County Republican Organization. He has also served as a political strategist for local, county, state and national campaigns for offices ranging from Freeholder, Sheriff, Mayor and United States Senate. A former member of the Advantage Bank Advisory Board, Mr. Gaburo has also served as a gubernatorial appointee and received NJ Senate Confirmation as a member of the New Jersey Real Estate Appraiser Board and the 225th Anniversary of the American Revolutionary War Commission. Mr. Gaburo also serves as a Director on the board of the Commercial Fidelity Insurance Company, as well as an Advisory Board member of the Community First Bank and as a trustee on the Saint Peters Healthcare System Board. Mr. Gaburo has also appeared as a political commentator for Fox.
A graduate of the University of Delaware, Mr. Gaburo also attended the American Institute of Applied Politics in Washington, DC and the Eagleton Institute of Applied Politics at Rutgers University. He is a Leadership New Jersey Fellow, class of 2000 and resides in Montgomery Township, Somerset County with his wife Margaret and daughter Adele.