Bose Public Affairs Group Names Two New Principals
Bose Public Affairs Group LLC is proud to announce Andrew Miller and Trevor Vance have been named principals of the government affairs and strategic communications firm. Miller and Vance both previously served as senior vice president.
“Andy and Trevor are exceptional leaders who will continue to take our firm to new heights in their new roles,” said Doug Brown, managing principal at Bose Public Affairs Group. “They have been tremendous players in growing our firm. Both are highly respected by colleagues, clients and policy makers alike for their work ethics, knowledge and diverse skill sets.”
Both Miller and Vance service the needs of the firm through state and local government relations, grassroots lobbying, stakeholder engagement, political action committee management and relationship development.
Miller, who has been with the firm since 2000, has consistently established his reputation in the public affairs industry on a variety of issues with a primary focus in state and local government relations. In addition, he supports the firm’s daily operations and strategic planning with Brown. Miller serves on the board of the Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute and is a member of the Governmental Affairs Society of Indiana (GASI), which is dedicated to maintaining ethical and professional standards in Indiana’s government affairs industry.
Vance, a government relations veteran of 20 years, joined Bose Public Affairs in 2009. An expert in regulatory and legislative affairs, Vance serves clients in the energy, financial, environmental, food and heavy manufacturing industries. The Indiana Society of Association Executives has honored Vance in the past with its Award of Excellence in Government Affairs for his efforts on behalf of Bose’s clients. He is a past president of the Board of Governors of GASI.
Vance also serves on the board of directors for the Youth Enhancement and Training Initiative (YETI). YETI is a not-for-profit-organization that raises funds to donate to an orphanage in Nepal while also using a portion of donated funds to help underprivileged youth in Indiana.