Rachel Sorvig Accepted into Richard G. Lugar Excellence in Public Service Series Class
Bose Public Affairs Group LLC is proud to announce that Rachel Sorvig, public relations manager at the firm, has been accepted into the Richard G. Lugar Excellence in Public Service Series 2015-2016 Class.
Sorvig is one of 20 women selected to participate in the 26th Lugar Series class, a highly competitive political leadership development program. Women who are accepted into the program have demonstrated long-term success and leadership ability in their careers and in community service.
“We couldn’t be more proud of Rachel who has earned a spot in a leadership development program that has been recognized as one of the best in the country,” said Jennifer Ping, principal and managing director of Procurement for Bose Public Affairs Group. “Through her commitment to our clients at the firm and to causes that strengthen communities, Rachel has demonstrated she is a leader with a promising future.”
The Lugar Series was started in 1990 to increase the number of Republican women in local, state and national elective and appointive offices. To date, 466 women in 25 classes have participated. The successful program has been replicated in multiple states throughout the country.
As public relations manager, Sorvig leads and supports clients from a variety of industries on the local, state and national level. Her expertise includes strategic communications, media relations, social media, grassroots advocacy and graphic design. She has a proven track record of achieving desired results for clients.
Prior to joining Bose Public Affairs Group, Sorvig served as communications director for the Office of Indiana Lt. Governor Becky Skillman. In that role, she managed and executed the strategic communications for the Lt. Governor’s executive office, as well as five additional state agencies.
Active in the community, Sorvig volunteers her time to multiple political projects. She is also a member of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Hoosier Chapter. In 2015, Sorvig received a PRSA Hoosier Chapter Award of Honor for external communications.