Maddy Conner is an assistant vice president at Bose Public Affairs Group. She is a part of the state government relations team, where she supports firm clients from a variety of industries by researching issues and policy matters and developing strategies to advocate for client priorities.
Prior to joining the firm, Maddy worked for the Indiana State Senate. While with the Senate, she worked with the chairman of the Senate Committee on Corrections & Criminal Law and the chairman of the Senate Committee on Elections. As part of her caseload, she was involved with numerous policy areas including Indiana’s criminal code, gaming, transportation, local government and elections.
Maddy holds a degree in political science and philosophy from Franklin College. She is currently enrolled in law school at the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law in Indianapolis.
Appointments / Memberships
Maddy volunteers her time with Kids’ Voice of Indiana, advocating for neglected and abused children as a CASA and serving as a Guardian ad Litem for children in paternity, divorce, guardianship and adoption cases.