Representative Seth Moulton
US House of Representatives
Congressman Seth Moulton is a fast rising star representing Massachusetts 6th District in the US House of Representatives currently serving on the the House Armed Services Committee, the House Budget Committee and House Small Business Committee.
Before he became Congressman Moulton, he graduated from Harvard University in 2001 and joined the US Marine Corps a few months prior to the attacks of September 11th. Completing the Officer Candidate School in 2002, he was one of the first Service Members to enter Baghdad at the start of the Iraq War. In fact, he deployed for the initial invasion in the same battle group as HillVets Founder, Justin Brown. Between 2003 and 2008, Congressman Moulton served four tours of duty in Iraq. Congressman Moulton was awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for valor for his actions during 2003 Battle of Nasiriyah and the Bronze Star Medal for his actions in the Battle of Najaf. In 2008, Moulton left the Marine Corps as a Captain. After leaving service, Moulton complete a dual degree program from the Harvard Kennedy School and Harvard Business School earning both MBA and MPA.