A Message from Moses
If your upbringing guides who you become and what you do in life, my own background has done just that. Growing up in the household of faith leaders and being the son of a janitor and housekeeper, I value community service and hard work.
The first in my family to graduate from college, I’m grateful for the opportunities provided to me, and for the work ethic that’s helped me do well. After graduating from Howard University, I earned a scholarship to attend Clark University, where I received a Master’s Degree in Community Development and Planning.
Working for thoughtful, community-minded leaders on Capitol Hill and Beacon Hill, I learned the legislative process “hands-on.” And working for organizations representing workers, seniors, and veterans, I learned about organizing people to get things done.
That background will benefit you—the people, businesses, and diverse communities of the 17th Worcester District. As your State Rep, I will work to bring new opportunity not just to the district, but to the region as well.
By applying creative, practical solutions, we can make progress together. That’s why I’m running to be your State Rep, and in the next few months I plan to meet as many of you as I can—to listen to your concerns and ideas, to start a conversation that I hope continues well into the future. Thanks for your time and attention. Now…