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Bose Public Affairs Group Promotes Blunt

Bose Public Affairs Group LLC announced today the promotion of Camille Blunt to second vice president. Based in the firm’s Indianapolis headquarters, Blunt previously served as public affairs consultant.

Since joining Bose Public Affairs Group in 2002, Blunt has consistently established her reputation in government relations on a variety of statewide and local issues, most notably with regard to education and healthcare. Her services to clients include grassroots lobbying, political action committee management, state and local legislative lobbying, and relationship development. In addition, Blunt serves as a key member of the Strategic Communications team.

“Camille is a talented and dedicated team member who is valued by her clients and colleagues alike,” said Douglas Brown, managing principal, Bose Public Affairs Group. “We look forward to watching her career progress as she continues to work with and advise our clients with distinction each and every day.”

Active in the community, Blunt currently volunteers on the Board of Directors for the Martin Luther King Community Center and chairs its Marketing/Public Relations Committee. She also contributes to the Women’s Connection and the Diversity committees of Bose McKinney & Evans/Bose Public Affairs Group, as well as chairs the Community Involvement Sub-Committee. In addition, she is a member of the Ball State Alumni Association and the Governmental Affairs Society of Indiana.

In 2012, Blunt was named by Junior Achievement as a finalist for the organization’s Best and Brightest Award, recognizing her professional accomplishments and leadership qualities in the Indianapolis community.

Blunt earned her bachelor’s degree at Ball State University, where she majored in telecommunications and minored in public relations. Having been active with campus organizations, she held various leadership roles in the Black Student Association, the National Association of Black Journalists, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority – a philanthropic sorority.