‘Proud to Serve’: Timothy Beauchamp

On Wednesday, Tim mentioned that on Veterans Day in NYC, there was an opening reception for Joanne Santangelo’s new book, Proud to Serve:

Jo Ann Santangelo puts a face to the members of our community affected by Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell. She provides a portrait essay and multimedia project of our Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender American service members who served their country in silence or were discharged under the current Don t Ask, Don t Tell law.

Her journey took her through a 4 week, 10,167 mile road trip around the United States, putting a face on the statistics of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.

One of the service members photographed for the book is our own Tim Beauchamp who was, indeed, Proud to Serve. Here’s the photo:

Photo credit: Jo Ann Santangelo/Proud to Serve.

On October 27, 2010, Joe was one of five bloggers who interviewed President Obama. Joe is a DC-based political consultant with over twenty-five years of experience at both the state and federal level. Joe has managed political operations and legislative efforts for both candidates and issues-based organizations. For seven years, he was the Director of State Legislation at Handgun Control, Inc. He served as that organization's first Political Director during the 2000 cycle. Joe is a graduate of the University of Maine School of Law. In addition, he has a Masters in Public Administration from Lehigh University and received his B.A. from the University of New Hampshire. Joe also has a fun dog, Petey, a worthy successor to Boomer, who got Joe through eight years of Bush and Cheney. Joe likes to think he is a world class athlete having finished the 2005 Chicago Marathon in the time of 4:10. He has completed six other marathons as well -- and is still determined to break the four hour mark.

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