The Washington County Board of County Commissioners today announced the appointment of Jeremy Mose as the new director of Environmental Management. Mose’s appointment will be effective upon the retirement of the current Director of Environmental Management, Dan Divito.
“I am honored for this opportunity to serve as the director of Environmental Management and continue my service to the citizens of Washington County. I look forward to working with our elected officials and the dedicated employees of the Division of Environmental Management to create a sustainable future.”
According to a press release:
Mose has been with Washington County Government since May 2019, serving as Deputy Director for the Department of Water Quality . Jeremy is a veteran of the U.S. Army National Guard and Maryland licensed water/wastewater operator. He holds the professional designations of Associate Safety Professional (ASP) , and Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) . His experience includes employee health and safety, training, employee development and environmental operations management.
Mose is a lifelong multigenerational resident of Washington County and a graduate of South Hagerstown High School. Jeremy earned Associate Degrees in General Studies and Alternative Energy Technology from Hagerstown Community College , a Bachelor of Science Degree in Management Studies from University Maryland University College , and is currently a graduate student studying Environmental Management. Jeremy currently, resides in Hagerstown with his son, Parker.