Connie Moser will be honored by the League of Women Voters of Virginia.

Moser, who is head of the Neabsco Action Alliance, neighborhood activist, and a columnist for Potomac Local News, will be recognized for her contributions to “making democracy work” but locally and regionally.

“This award was completely unexpected and a delightful surprise. I am both honored and humbled to be recognized by such a prestigious organization as the League of Women Voters,” said Moser.

Moser was nominated by the Prince William League of Women Voters. She will join nine others from across the state who will be honored March 22 and the Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden in Richmond.

Here’s more in a press release:

Connie actively encourages and empowers others to participate in the democratic process at many levels in the Prince William area. She educates the community using several types of media in a manner that initiates and encourages civil dialogue and action on a wide range of public policy issues. Her creative initiatives and community education efforts result in more well-informed voters and empowered citizens. She is Making Democracy Work.

The celebration also will feature a presentation by Bob Gibson, Executive Director of The Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership at the University of Virginia.

The celebration is open to the public. You can visit the League Women Voters website for more information.