Bose Public Affairs Group Promotes Two and Expands D.C. Office
Firm’s growth continues in federal and state government relations
Bose Public Affairs Group LLC announced today the promotion of two employees and hiring a new public affairs professional to expand the firm’s growing business in federal government relations and political event coordination. Morgan Haueser has been promoted to federal relations manager. Christina Kane has been promoted to events and sponsorships manager. And Aubrey DeVillez has joined the firm as legislative assistant.
“We are fortunate to have such talented and capable individuals working for Bose,” said Douglas R. Brown, managing principal, Bose Public Affairs Group. “With the outstanding work Morgan, Aubrey and Christina have done for our firm, this is an exciting time as we grow our business and increase our capabilities to better serve our clients.”
Morgan Haueser, formerly a legislative assistant in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office, was promoted to federal relations manager. Working alongside senior government relations and strategic communications teams, Haueser manages all aspects of federal government activities on Capitol Hill. Prior to joining Bose, she gained experience in government affairs working for U.S. Rep. Steve Scalise, as well as for the law firm Adams and Reese LLP. Haueser earned her bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Tennessee.
Aubrey DeVillez has accepted a full-time position with Bose Public Affairs Group as a legislative assistant after completing an internship with the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. Previously, DeVillez served as an intern for U.S. Rep. Bill Cassidy where she researched and managed policy related information and assisted with presentations and public speaking engagements. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Louisiana State University, where she majored in international studies and minored in Spanish and political science.
“Together, Morgan and Aubrey will give our D.C. team significantly greater reach, especially in executing large constituent ‘fly-ins,’ which are an increasingly important component of successful federal relations strategies,” said Craig Piercy, principal, who leads the D.C. office of Bose Public Affairs Group.
Christina Kane, formerly an executive assistant with Bose Public Affairs Group, was promoted to events and sponsorships manager. Based in the firm’s Indianapolis headquarters office, Kane is responsible for planning and executing political events and manages the firm’s and its clients’ sponsorship activities. She earned her bachelor’s degree in political science from Ball State University, and certification in event management from Indiana University.