Bose Public Affairs Group LLC is pleased to announce that Quincy Cunningham has joined the firm as a vice president. Cunningham will work with the firm’s government relations and strategic communications teams. Cunningham will be located in the Indianapolis office.
Prior to joining Bose Public Affairs Group, Cunningham worked as chief of staff to Congressman Jim Baird, who serves Indiana’s 4th Congressional district.
As chief of staff, Cunningham was responsible for leading both Washington, D.C., and Indiana operations. Additionally, Cunningham served as spokesperson for the Congressman and advised on policy initiatives.
“Quincy’s experience and expertise is well suited for our integrated approach to public affairs,” said Andrew Miller, managing principal of Bose Public Affairs Group. “As we strive to offer the best service to our clients, Quincy’s working knowledge of government at the federal and state levels will be invaluable for our clients.”
Prior to serving as chief of staff for Congressman Baird, Cunningham worked in both senior official and political capacities for former Congressman Luke Messer, who served Indiana’s 6th Congressional District. He has also worked in government affairs, representing clients in front of the Indiana General Assembly and various state agencies.
Active in his community, Cunningham serves on the pathways committee for the Town of Zionsville, sits on the board of directors for Craine House and is a member of the young professionals council at Tindley Academy.
Quincy is a graduate of Indiana University.