Bordallo names chiefs of staff for DC, Guam offices

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Delegate Madeleine Z. Bordallo (D-Guam) has appointed Adam Philip Carbullido chief of staff for her Washington, D.C. office and Jon Junior Calvo chief of staff for her Guam District Office. 

Carbullido has worked for Bordallo since June 2010, most recently serving as her deputy chief of staff and communications director. In addition to his legislative responsibilities, he is the treasurer of the Congressional Asian Pacific American Staff Association and a member of the LGBT Congressional Staff Association.

Carbullido graduated from Father Duenas Memorial School and received his bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana.

He is the son of Supreme Court of Guam Justice F. Philip and Fay Carbullido. He is a resident of Piti and lives in Washington, D.C.

Calvo has worked for Bordallo since June 2011, most recently serving as her district director in Guam. In addition to his district responsibilities, he serves as the vice chair of the Democratic Party of Guam and a member of local non-profit organizations.

Calvo graduated from Father Duenas Memorial School and received his bachelor of science in Public Administration and master of Public Administration degrees from the University of Guam. In 2005, he was selected as Bordallo’s first congressional page in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Calvo is the son of John and Doris Calvo of Toto. He and his wife, JoDee, have two sons, Juan Mason and James Matias.

“Adam and Jon Junior are integral members of my staff and ardent proponents for Guam and my work in Congress. I deeply value their counsel and am confident that they are the right people to lead my D.C. and Guam offices,” said Bordallo. “I am proud to appoint them as my chiefs of staff and know that together they will provide valuable support for my advocacy of fighting for our island’s issues in Washington.” (PR)

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