Robert Moran is a principal and member of the federal relations team in the Washington, D.C. office. Prior to joining Bose Public Affairs Group, Moran worked as the education policy director for the U.S. Senate Committee for Health, Education, Labor and Pensions. In that role, he developed and oversaw the implementation of Chairman Lamar Alexander’s education policy agenda, coordinated policy goals with committee members on the Chairman’s behalf and served as lead negotiator on legislation and policy objectives. Read More
Justin Swanson is a vice president with Bose Public Affairs Group. A member of the firm’s state and local government relations team, Justin brings several years of experience in municipal procurement and legislative affairs.
In addition to his public affairs practice, Justin is of counsel with Bose McKinney & Evans LLP in the Governmental Services Group.
Prior to joining Bose Public Affairs Group, Justin served as government affairs director and legislative counsel at Indiana Association of Cities and Towns. He also has served both majority caucuses of the Indiana General Assembly, and in 2007 was a congressional intern in the office of U.S. Speaker of the House John Boehner. Read More
Assistant Vice President
Devon Davis is an assistant vice president with Bose Public Affairs Group’s state and local government relations team.
At Bose Public Affairs Group, Devon assists clients from a wide-range of industries in managing legislative projects. He will conduct in-depth reviews of state legislation, meet with policymakers and work with firm clients to develop comprehensive public policy strategies. Read More
Patricia Power represents corporations, local and tribal governments, and universities before Congress and the Administration, including the Departments of the Defense, Interior, Agriculture, Energy, HUD, and the Environmental Protection Agency, on a broad range of topics, with a focus on environmental, energy, and natural resource issues. Patricia works with her clients to create effective strategies designed to efficiently solve their problems and meet their goals. Read More
Paul Mannweiler is a principal with Bose Public Affairs Group. As the former Republican speaker of the Indiana House of Representatives, Paul aggressively addressed a broad range of issues from tax reform to accountability in education, and economic development to tort reform. A veteran public official, he served in the Indiana House of Representatives for 22 years before joining the firm. Read More
As a principal with Bose Public Affairs Group, Trenton Hahn represents a wide variety of clients before state government and local municipalities in Indiana. He advises and lobbies on complex issues involving insurance and financial institutions, health care, outdoor advertising and gaming. Trent has extensive experience in working with trade associations, public/private companies and not-for-profits in assisting them with government relations. Read More
Principal & Senior Policy Advisor
Douglas Brown is a principal and senior policy advisor with Bose Public Affairs Group. He previously served as managing principal of Bose Public Affairs Group for eight years. Doug assists clients in their federal, state and local legislative and executive branch lobbying needs. Prior to joining Bose Public Affairs Group, he chaired the governmental affairs group at an Indianapolis law firm and was a vice president and principal of a public affairs firm. Doug has extensive experience in governmental relations at the local, state and federal levels. Among the types of clients Doug represents are domestic and international businesses, health care companies, regulated industries, sports and entertainment entities, real estate businesses, financing and investment management companies, and municipalities. Read More
Michael Brady is a vice president at Bose Public Affairs Group. In his role as vice president, Michael works with a variety of clients in the medical and health care industries. He represents his clients at the local and state levels before administrative agencies and in the legislature.
Prior to joining the firm, Michael worked as the director of advocacy at the Indiana State Medical Association, where he was responsible for strategic advocacy efforts on behalf of Indiana physicians and their patients in all levels of government. Previously, Michael was the director of INSPECT, Indiana’s prescription drug monitoring program, where he worked to develop and implement initiatives to improve the program’s effectiveness. Michael also has held positions with the City of Indianapolis, the Indiana Association of Cities and Towns and the South Bend Chamber of Commerce. Read More
Ali Bartlett is a principal with Bose Public Affairs Group and a partner in the Gaming Group at Bose McKinney & Evans LLP. In her roles with the firm, she assists clients in policy, regulatory compliance, and licensing matters within the casino gaming and state lottery industries. Ali also has years of experience advocating on charter school issues at the state legislature on behalf of clients ranging from K-12 charter schools to adult charter high schools. She also is adept in legislative lobbying, municipal law, government procurement and general government regulatory work and administrative law. Ali is a member of International Masters of Gaming Law. Read More