INDIANAPOLIS – Bose Public Affairs Group LLC announces Camille Blunt, vice president at the firm, and Ahmed Young, second vice president at the firm and an associate at Bose McKinney & Evans LLP, have been tapped by Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett to join his administration in senior positions.
Blunt will serve as the legislative director for the city of Indianapolis, working with the Indianapolis City-County Council and the Indiana legislature to advance the Mayor’s and the City’s policy agendas. As the director in the Office of Education Innovation for the city of Indianapolis, Young will lead Mayor Hogsett’s education agenda and initiatives.
“We couldn’t be more proud of Camille and Ahmed as they step up to serve our Mayor and our City in such important ways,” said Doug Brown, managing principal at Bose Public Affairs Group. “Mayor Joe Hogsett’s administration is gaining two exceptional leaders who bring to the city of Indianapolis a tremendous amount of experience, knowledge and resourcefulness.”
As vice president, Blunt served the needs of firm clients through grassroots lobbying, state and local legislative lobbying, political action committee management and relationship development. Blunt was also a member of the firm’s Strategic Communications team.
As an attorney at Bose McKinney & Evans, Young assisted the firm’s K-12 and higher education clients in a wide variety of legal and policy matters. As a former deputy prosecutor for the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office, he has in-depth experience in bench and jury trials.
Young’s law practice complimented his work at Bose Public Affairs Group, where he assisted education and non-profit clients. He also worked with Bose Public Affairs Group’s Strategic Advisory Services team.