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Miller and Blunt Named “Indy’s Best and Brightest” Finalists

Miller, AndrewBlunt, CamilleBose Public Affairs Group is proud to announce the latest members of its staff to be named “Indy’s Best and Brightest” finalists by Junior Achievement of Central Indiana: Camille Blunt, second vice president and Andrew Miller, senior vice president of operations. Miller was also named the overall winner of the Government category, an honor placing him at the top of a highly competitive category.

Sponsored by Junior Achievement, the “Best and Brightest” award program identifies 100 of the city’s most outstanding young professionals, age 40 and under. Blunt and Miller were two out of the top 10 chosen for the “government” industry category. The winners were officially recognized during a gala event at Ivy Tech Corporate College and Culinary Center on October 16.

“We couldn’t be more pleased to see Andy and Camille achieve this honor,” said Doug Brown, managing principal for Bose Public Affairs Group. “They both have invested a substantial amount of their careers with us, and their work has been indispensable to us, our clients and to many charitable organizations. We’re honored to have them on the team,” he added.

Both Blunt and Miller service the needs of the firm through grassroots lobbying, stakeholder engagement, political action committee management, state and local legislative lobbying and relationship development.

They also generously donate their time to a number of organizations. Blunt currently serves on the Indianapolis-Marion County Library Board of Trustees, and has been actively involved in the Martin Luther King Community Center, as well as Women in Advocacy, the Governmental Affairs Society of Indiana, the Ball State Alumni Association and the Women’s Connection and Diversity Committees at Bose McKinney & Evans LLP. Miller serves on the board of the Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute, and is a member of the Program and Planning Committee for Junior Achievement of Central Indiana. He is also a member of the Governmental Affairs Society of Indiana, The Advocacy Group and the Frostburg State University Alumni Association.