Diane Mederos, who served four terms as town manager in Bristol, has been named Deputy District Director for U.S. Rep. David Cicilline.
U.S. Rep. David Cicilline on Wednesday announced the hiring of former Bristol Town Administrator Diane Mederos as Deputy District Director. Mederos served four terms, from 2004 through 2012, as town administrator, and previously served as town clerk for 20 years. She announced last summer that she would not seek a fifth term as town administrator. "Diane will bring great skill and years of experience to her new role serving residents of Rhode Island’s First Congressional District,” said Cicilline in a statement. “Diane possesses a wide knowledge of and deep appreciation for the important responsibilities of a Congressional office and I know that she will be an incredible asset.”
Bristol Town Administrator Diane Mederos was presented with the award on Monday, April 30, at Bryant University.
On Monday, April 30, Bristol Town Administrator Diane C. Mederos was recognized for her outstanding work as a woman in political office. Mederos, one of six women from Rhode Island chosen to receive the Isabelle Ahearn O'Neill Award, received her proclamation by the YWCA at Bryant University during the fourth annual awards ceremony. The award is provided to selected women in Rhode Island who have previously or are currently holding office and are doing incredible things in their field. Mederos was honored at the Women Holding Office Celebration along with General Treasurer Gina Raimondo, Former East Providence School Committee Member Nancy Stevens, State Senator Donna Nesselbush, former State Senator Myrth York, and former US …