Bose Public Affairs Group LLC announced today the promotion of Aubrey DeVillez and addition of Taylor Luczak in the firm’s federal government relations office in Washington, DC.
Aubrey DeVillez has been promoted to director of federal relations with Bose Public Affairs Group. In her new role working alongside the senior government relations team, DeVillez directs all aspects of policy-driven activities on Capitol Hill for the firm’s clients.  Her responsibilities also include coordinating constituent “fly-ins,” as well as marketing and community outreach activities for the firm’s government relations and strategic communications teams.
Previously, DeVillez served as an intern for U.S. Rep. Bill Cassidy of Louisiana for whom she researched and managed policy related information and assisted with presentations and public speaking engagements.
DeVillez earned her bachelor’s degree from Louisiana State University, where she was a recipient of the LSU National Scholars Award. She majored in international studies and minored in political science and Spanish.
Taylor Luczak has joined the federal relations team of Bose Public Affairs Group as a legislative assistant.
Luczak assists the firm’s staff with legislative research, team projects and technical support. In addition, he also is responsible for attending congressional hearings and briefings, drafting letters and policy papers and assisting with a variety of client matters.
Prior to joining Bose Public Affairs Group, Taylor worked for U.S. Senator Mike Crapo of Idaho where he managed constituent services and assisted the legislative staff.
Luczak received his bachelor’s degree in political science and Asian studies from Mississippi State University. He also studied overseas at National Taipei University, Oxford University and Trinity College. While attending Mississippi State University, Luczak served as captain of the varsity basketball team and was recognized as a Southeastern Conference Athletic Academic Scholar. His other honors include being recognized as a Governor Haley Barbour Scholar and a 2012 Spirit of State recipient.