Indianapolis, Ind. - Bose Public Affairs Group LLC is proud to announce Jennifer Ping, a principal at the firm, will be recognized by Purdue University as a recipient of the 2011 Emerging Voice Award. Ping will accept the award on Friday, September 16, 2011, on the Purdue University campus in West Lafayette, Ind.
"Receiving this award is truly an honor," said Ping. "I am humbled by this recognition for doing work that I genuinely love to do."
The Emerging Voice Award recognizes young Purdue University alumni from the College of Liberal Arts who are achieving their career goals, serving their communities, and representing the College's mission by shaping today's world while imagining a better tomorrow.
Ping was recently named principal of Bose Public Affairs Group. Ping brings several years of experience in government relations to the firm and focuses her practice on legislative and executive branch lobbying, state and local procurement, political consulting, and grassroots and grasstops consulting. She is also a principal in Bose Government Strategies LLC focusing on government regulatory consulting. Prior to joining Bose, Ping served as principal at Tabbert Hahn Ping Global Strategies.
Ping is vice chairwoman for the Marion County Republican Central Committee and vice chairwoman of the 7th Indiana Congressional District for the Indiana State Republican Party, as well as the past president of the Indiana Federation of Republican Women. Ping was a delegate to the 2008 National Republican Convention and served as co-chair, Indiana Women for McCain. In 2003, she was an Indiana Woman Visionary Award nominee for her leadership with the Indiana Schools SMART Partnership. She is a 2006 graduate of the Richard G. Lugar Excellence in Public Service Series, and in 2006, was the Republican candidate for Marion County Auditor. Ping is serving her fourth term on the Marion County Alcohol Board and was elected president in January 2011.
Active in her local community, Ping serves on the advisory boards of Keys to Work LLC, and the Indianapolis Black Chamber of Commerce, and serves as a trustee for the Central Indiana Cancer Support Community. In 2009 and 2010, Ping was recognized as an honoree of Indy's Best and Brightest by Junior Achievement. She is a member of the Government Affairs Society of Indiana, National Association of Women Business Owners, and the Greater Indianapolis Republican Women's Club.