WARWICK, RI – Nany Beattie, Congressman Jim Langevin’s (D-RI) Director of Constituent Services, has been presented with the 2019 “Congressman John Joseph Moakley Award for Exemplary Public Service.”
The Congressman John Joseph Moakley Award for Exemplary Public Service, presented by the Greater Boston Federal Executive Board, is awarded to a congressional staff member of the New England congressional delegation that exemplifies excellence in public service.
“Nancy Beattie has been an invaluable part of my team since 1995 when I served as Rhode Island’s Secretary of State. For the past 25 years, she has helped me successfully serve my constituents,” said Langevin, “Nancy treats every constituent with respect, and she always works hard on their behalf. There is no one more deserving of the Congressman John Joseph Moakley Award for Exemplary Public Service.”
“Joe Moakley once said that behind every good politician is an even better staff. Nancy Beattie certainly proves this to be true every day,” said Paul Jacobsen, Chair of the Greater Boston Federal Executive Board. “We were pleased to honor her with this award in his name. She embodies everything that it is all about.”
“I am humbled and honored to be recognized with this award for my services to the constituents of the 2nd Congressional District,” said Beattie. “I thank Congressman Langevin for the trust and confidence he has placed in me to serve for all these years.”
Beattie first began working for Langevin during his tenure as Rhode Island’s Secretary of State. Since Langevin was first sworn in as the U.S. Representative for Rhode Island’s 2nd Congressional District in 2001, Beattie has served as his Director of Constituent Services, overseeing all casework and constituent outreach operations in Langevin’s Warwick office.
The “Congressman John Joseph Moakley Award for Exemplary Public Service” recognizes the accomplishments and achievements of a congressional staff member of the New England delegation. It is named in honor of Congressman Joe Moakley, who served as the U.S. Representative for Massachusetts’s 9th Congressional District from 1973 until his death in 2001. The award is presented by the Greater Boston Federal Executive Board in cooperation with the Moakley family.
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