Bose Public Affairs Group LLC is pleased to announce that Devon Davis has been promoted to vice president at the government relations and strategic communications firm.

Davis assists clients from a wide range of industries in managing legislative projects. He conducts in-depth reviews of state legislation, meets with policymakers and works with firm clients to develop comprehensive public policy strategies.

“Devon has proven himself to be a highly effective government affairs professional, who excels at delivering excellent results for his clients,” said Andrew Miller, managing principal at Bose Public Affairs Group. “Devon has a tremendous talent for building and maintaining relationships on both sides of the political spectrum, and he has made significant positive contributions to our firm’s team-oriented culture. We look forward to watching him continue to grow with us and our valued clients.”

Prior to joining Bose Public Affairs Group, Davis worked for the Marion County Board of Voters Registration, where he administrated voter outreach and education programs and assisted in planning, organizing and directing elections in the county. Davis also worked in the Office of Mayor Joe Hogsett as a legislative affairs liaison, as public policy associate at Samuel Solutions Group and as a legislative assistant for the Indiana House of Representatives.

Davis holds a master’s degree in public policy analysis from IUPUI’s Paul H. O’Neil School of Public and Environmental Affairs. He is a 2014 graduate of Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in political science. An active member of the Indianapolis community, Davis was appointed to the board of directors for the Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership by Mayor Joe Hogsett. He also serves on the board of directors for the Boys & Girls Club of Indianapolis, the Martindale Brightwood Community Development Corporation, the Indianapolis Freedom School Partnership and on the corporate work study board for Providence Cristo Rey College & Career Preparatory High School.