Bose Public Affairs Group LLC is pleased to announce Camille Blunt has been appointed to the Indianapolis-Marion County Library Board of Trustees.  She will serve with six other library board members for a four-year term.
The mission of the Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library is to serve as a source for the community to access essential information resources, technology, programs and services; foster reading and learning and promote the social, economic, recreational and lifelong learning interests of its diverse population throughout its 22 branch locations and the Central Library downtown. The library seeks to be one of the best library systems in the country as measured by its responsiveness and relevance to the community’s information and learning needs, the excellent stewardship of its resources and the high-quality service it delivers to the public.
Blunt is a second vice president with Bose Public Affairs Group, where she focuses on grassroots lobbying, political action committee management, state and local legislative lobbying, and relationship development. Her main areas of expertise include education and healthcare issues. Additionally, Blunt served on the Board of Directors for the Martin Luther King Community Center and is active with the Women’s Connection and the Diversity committees of Bose McKinney & Evans and Bose Public Affairs Group.
Blunt earned her bachelor’s degree at Ball State University, where she majored in telecommunications and minored in public relations. Having been active with campus organizations, she held various leadership roles in the Black Student Association, the National Association of Black Journalists, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority – a philanthropic sorority.