Bose Public Affairs Group Promotes Caroline Alexander and Adds Lindsey Gardner
Bose Public Affairs Group LLC announced today the promotion of Caroline Alexander and the addition of Lindsey Gardner in the firm’s federal government relations office in Washington, D.C.
Caroline Alexander has been promoted to director of federal relations with Bose Public Affairs Group. In her new role working alongside the senior government relations team, Alexander directs all aspects of policy-driven activities on Capitol Hill for the firm’s clients. Her responsibilities also include coordinating advocacy events for clients as well as marketing and community outreach activities for the firm’s government relations and strategic communications teams.
Prior to joining Bose Public Affairs Group, Alexander worked in McGill University’s Office of University Advancement. She wrote speeches for university officials and compiled research for alumni publications. She also interned with the Department of State at the U.S. Consulate General in Calgary, Alberta.
She graduated from McGill University in Montréal, Québec with degrees in international development and Russian studies. A Fulbright Russia awardee, Alexander speaks French, Russian and Spanish.
Lindsey Gardner has joined the federal relations team of Bose Public Affairs Group as a public affairs specialist. Gardner assists the firm’s staff with legislative research, team projects and technical support. In addition, she also is responsible for attending congressional hearings and briefings, drafting letters and policy papers, managing web-related projects and assisting with a variety of client matters.
Gardner previously served as a scheduler and staff assistant for U.S. Rep. Justin Amash of Michigan. She received her bachelor’s degree in arts in history and classical archaeology from the University of Michigan.