Emily Wilson, vice president at Bose Public Affairs Group, has been named to the Alzheimer’s Association Greater Indiana Chapter board of directors.
The Alzheimer’s Association Greater Indiana Chapter supports those caring for or living with Alzheimer’s disease by providing exceptional services to Hoosiers in over 70 counties in Indiana. The organization’s mission is to eliminate Alzheimer’s disease by ensuring individuals have the best care and support, continuing advanced research on the disease and promoting brain health to reduce the risk of dementia.
At Bose Public Affairs Group, Wilson is a member of the strategic communications team. Wilson has more than a decade of experience advising clients from a variety of industries in areas of advocacy and coalition building, strategic planning, media relations, crisis communications and reputation management.
Additionally, Wilson sits on the board of directors of Starfish Initiative and chairs its Marketing & Development committee. She is also a member of United Way’s Emerging Leaders and Women United.
Wilson received her bachelor’s degree in English from Hanover College and her master’s degree in journalism from Indiana University.