Moulton Names Jeremy Joseph as Chief of StaffJoseph brings experience as Marine veteran, advisor to Vice President Biden, and national service leader
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Seth Moulton (D-MA) named Marine veteran and national service leader Jeremy Joseph as his Chief of Staff. Joseph joins the staff this week and will be based in Moulton’s Washington D.C. office.
“I am proud of all my team has done to serve the Sixth District over the past two years, and I look forward to continuing to work hard on behalf of our community,” said Moulton. “I am incredibly grateful that Jeremy will take on the task of leading our office as we continually improve our services, drive innovation into government, and stand up for our values. Jeremy’s background and experience, including his service as a Marine and as deputy counsel to Vice President Joe Biden, demonstrate his commitment to the policies and values I came to Washington to promote and protect. Jeremy will bring extraordinary leadership skills to this role, and his perspective on issues facing hard-working families, his government and private sector experience, and service to our country will make him a great asset to our team. I look forward to working with him to serve the Sixth District of Massachusetts.”
"I am honored to join Congressman Moulton and his team as we continue to fight for the issues that matter to our community and work to promote economic opportunity and security in the district,” said Joseph. “In his first term, Rep. Moulton succeeded in rising above partisan gridlock for families, veterans, and on critical matters of national security. On tough issues, Rep. Moulton demonstrated strong leadership and moral courage to do the right thing, even when it was difficult. I am proud to join this outstanding team and look forward to serving the Sixth District.”
Joseph graduated from Dartmouth College with a degree in government and earned his law degree at Georgetown University Law Center. During his service in the Marine Corps, Joseph led intelligence operations for deployed Marine and Navy forces in the Middle East and served as a liaison to the U.S. Senate. As an attorney in private practice, Joseph advised Fortune 500 companies and government contractors. Joseph returned to public service in 2013 as Deputy Counsel to Vice President Joe Biden where he was engaged on a number of policy issues, including the Administration's efforts to support working families, gun violence prevention, labor unions, and voting rights. In 2015, Joseph was appointed by President Barack Obama to serve as General Counsel at the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS). CNCS is a $1.1 billion federal grant-making agency that powers AmeriCorps and the Social Innovation Fund programs all across the country.
He lives in Washington, D.C. with his wife and two young daughters.