is a principal with Bose Public Affairs Group and oversees strategic communications for Bose McKinney & Evans.
Harvey works closely with corporations, governmental entities, and non-profit organizations providing strategic communications services. His expertise includes crisis communications, public relations, media coaching, advocacy and alliance development, and grassroots campaigns.
Prior to joining Bose Public Affairs Group, Harvey spent 18 years working in television news, including time with WTHR (known for its "Shattering the Silence" campaign), as an Emmy award-winning journalist. Among his most memorable assignments, Harvey was one of the first journalists to report live using a satellite videophone from Camp Phoenix in Kabul, Afghanistan. He also covered Hurricane Katrina as the storm hit Mississippi, reporting on Indiana Task Force One and the mission to rescue victims in Gulfport and Biloxi. He reported from New York City within hours of the September 11 attacks.
Harvey serves on the board of directors for the FBI Citizens Academy, Indianapolis chapter and is a member of the Indiana Sports Corp. leadership committee for Youthlinks Indiana.
A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Harvey also completed programs with Lean Six Sigma, Executive Leadership, at the Six Sigma Enterprise Institute and is a graduate of the Business Journalism Program at the American Press Institute, Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University.