Veteran Indianapolis Financial Services Executive and Respected Community Leader Joins Bose Public Affairs Group
Bose Public Affairs Group LLC is proud to announce that Maria Quintana, prominent Indianapolis business and community leader, has joined the government affairs and strategic communications firm in Indianapolis.
As senior policy advisor, Quintana leverages more than 35 years of financial and governmental affairs experience to serve commercial banks, municipalities, corporations, universities, health care businesses and non-profits that seek capital strategies for growth. Quintana also serves as an executive branch lobbyist at the federal, state and local levels.
“We are pleased to have Maria join our team along with her strong reputation as a well-respected business executive,” said Doug Brown, managing principal at Bose Public Affairs Group. “Maria’s depth and breadth of knowledge in many business sectors is a tremendous asset to our clients.”
Quintana most recently served as executive vice president and managing director at JP Morgan Chase before retiring in April 2015. Throughout her career with JP Morgan Chase, Quintana was instrumental in advising on many of the State of Indiana’s most significant financial transactions.
Active in the community, Quintana dedicates her time to advising and assisting numerous organizations. She currently serves as an advisory member of the Local Initiatives Support Corporation and co-chair of Great Places 2020. In addition, she is co-chair of the Indiana University Corporate Diversity Advisory Council, a board member of the Jefferson Awards, and member of the marketing committee for Christel House International.
Quintana has been recognized on several occasions for both her professional and community service. In 2015, Quintana received one of the State of Indiana’s highest honors, the Sagamore of the Wabash, presented by Governor Mike Pence. Also in 2015, she was a Girls Inc., Touchstone Honoree. She received the NFL’s Hispanic Heritage Leadership Award in 2014.