Senior White house adviser Kellyanne Conway sits on a couch as President Donald Trump welcomes the leaders of dozens of historically black colleges and universities in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, D.C., Feb. 27, 2017. REUTERS

After emerging as a central figure in President Donald Trump's campaign and administration, senior White House adviser Kellyanne Conway has seemingly been missing in action as other top officials have risen their respective profiles. Amid rumors that Conway may be facing an exit from Trump's White House, it was reported this week that she would be featured at an event for Republicans in North Carolina in June.

The North Carolina Republican Party (NCGOP) on Tuesday announced Conway would deliver the keynote address at its annual convention in Wilmington, reported the Associated Press.

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"I am absolutely delighted that Kellyanne has agreed to be a keynote speaker at our state convention," Robin Hayes, chairman of the NCGOP, said in a brief statement. "Her nonstop passion and dedication is inspiring to all. She’s an integral piece of the Republican Party as a whole, and we thank her greatly for her willingness to support our state party."

While Conway was credited with revitalizing Trump's fledgling presidential efforts after she became his campaign manager, several missteps in the weeks following the inauguration may have effectively silenced the woman who was a mainstay on news shows as a mouthpiece for the new president.

The Office of Government Ethics recommended that Conway be punished after she violated federal policies by promoting the fashion line of first daughter Ivanka Trump in February. "There is strong reason to believe that Ms. Conway has violated the Standards of Conduct and that disciplinary action is warranted," a letter to Deputy White House Counsel Stefan Passantino from Walter Shaub Jr., director of the Office of Government Ethics, said in part. House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. Jason Chaffetz called Conway's comments "over the line" and "unacceptable."

Shortly afterward, Conway took the liberty to tell MSNBC that then-National Security Adviser Michael Flynn had Trump's "full confidence" in spite of what was at the time growing suspicions Flynn had questionable contact with Russian officials. Flynn would go on to resign hours later, dealing a major blow to Trump's new cabinet. The former National Security Adviser requested immunity last week in exchange for candid testimony before Congress. CNN would subsequently report that Conway was "sidelined from TV."

Then, in late February, Conway sparked controversy by appearing barefoot and kneeling on an Oval Office couch during a photo op with Trump and leaders from Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

"I was being asked to take a picture in a crowded room with the press behind us. I was asked to take a certain angle and was doing exactly that. I certainly meant no disrespect, I didn’t mean to have my feet on the couch," Conway responded in part.

Ever since, there has been "some confusion about what she does day to day," according to a report from Vanity Fair published Saturday.

The news of Conway's speaking engagement in North Carolina on June 3 could signal her role has been fine-tuned a bit.