Bose Public Affairs Group is pleased to announce that Lindsey Moss has joined the firm as a vice president, where her practice will focus on local government issues such as economic development and quality of place investments, municipal growth and land use. Moss will also will join Bose McKinney & Evans, where she will be of counsel.
“Lindsey comes to Bose Public Affairs Group with a proven track record as a highly effective government affairs professional, who excels at delivering excellent results,” said Andrew Miller, managing principal at Bose Public Affairs Group. “We look forward to welcoming her and watching her grow with us and our valued clients.”
In addition, Moss is of counsel at Bose McKinney & Evans. She focuses her law practice on the administrative and economic development needs of municipalities.
Prior to joining Bose Public Affairs Group and Bose McKinney & Evans, Moss served as chief government affairs officer and legislative counsel at Accelerate Indiana Municipalities (Aim). With over 450 municipal members, Aim serves as the official voice of municipal government in Indiana. She led Aim’s legislative team, actively advocating for Indiana’s cities and towns on a broad range of legislation impacting local governments across the state. She previously held roles with the Indiana Senate Majority Caucus, first as a legislative assistant and later as the senior policy analyst.
Moss also is active in the community and serves in multiple ways. She is a member of the Indianapolis Bar Association, where she is an executive member of the government practice section and a member of the legislative committee. Moss is also president of the Downtown GOP Club and an Indianapolis Leadership Forum graduate and board member.
Moss received her bachelor’s degree from IUPUI and is a 2015 Indiana University McKinney School of Law graduate.