Today Dane County Executive Parisi announced the retirement of Mickey Beil, Dane County’s Legislative Lobbyist. Beil has served 30 years in the Wisconsin legislative arena including 17 for Dane County. Her last day for the County will be August 31, 2018.
“Mickey has been a true advocate for the citizens of Dane County and the values we hold dear,” said Dane County Executive Joe Parisi. “Mickey is a tireless public servant, advocate for justice and a friend.”
“As Mickey moves on to her well-earned next adventures, I want to thank her for her dedication to Dane County,” said County Board Chair Sharon Corrigan. “Mickey’s experience in the legislative arena and knowledge of County government have been a boon to Dane County. Her fierce advocacy will be missed.”
Mickey started her career in 1974 as a Special Education Teacher at Freeport High School, Freeport, IL. She worked in the Illinois legislative and political action arenas before moving to Wisconsin.
“It was an honor to serve the citizens, elected officials and dedicated public servants of Dane County,” said Beil. “We have the best staff in the state of Wisconsin and we are rich in great people.”