Bose Public Affairs Group LLC is proud to announce Camille Blunt, second vice president at the firm, will be presented the 2015 Breakthrough Women Award from the National Coalition of 100 Black Women Indianapolis Chapter.
Blunt, CamilleBlunt is one of five recipients of the 2015 Breakthrough Women Award, and will be recognized for her achievements in the public policy category. She will accept the award on Sept. 30 at the Indianapolis Art Center.
Every year since 1988, the National Coalition of 100 Black Women Indianapolis Chapter recognizes five women who have contributed substantially to the progress of the community though their extraordinary accomplishments. The awards highlight the breakthrough efforts of African American women in the areas of economic development, education, leadership development, public policy and arts & culture.
As second vice president, Blunt serves the needs of firm clients through grassroots lobbying, state and local legislative lobbying, political action committee management and relationship development. Education and healthcare issues are her current areas of focus, but she has experience lobbying various areas as needed by clients. Blunt is also a member of the firm’s Strategic Communications team.
She was appointed in 2013 to the Indianapolis-Marion County Library Board of Trustees for a four-year term. Active in the community, Blunt also volunteers her time to help youth explore careers in public policy through several organizations and initiatives.
In 2012 and 2014, Blunt was named by Junior Achievement as a finalist for the organization’s Best and Brightest Award, recognizing her professional accomplishments and leadership qualities in the Indianapolis community.