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Officers 2024 - 2025

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Louise Baker


Louise joined RWBC six years ago and quickly found her niche on the membership and hospitality committees. Shortly thereafter, she joined the social media team. She served as 2nd Vice President under Jolie McShane's last term.

After a career as a social worker in foster care and adoptions, Louise chose to stay at home to raise her four children. Her family now includes three grandbabies. Louise resides in Sparks with her husband of 32 years who is a financial advisor and runs a community-based market garden from their home.

Her political passions include education, supporting the January 6 political prisoners, and advocating for the Keep Nine Amendment to prevent Supreme Court packing. She is delighted to be of service and help grow the membership of this remarkable club!


Karen Tully

1st Vice President

Karen joined the club 5 years ago to defend Freedom and our Constitution rights, particularly freedom of religion and speech. She is dedicated to the cause and states, “It’s up to us to defend the next generation.”

Karen’s background is in business as a Registered Employee Benefits Consultant. She understands various aspects of the corporate structure and marketing. Karen is the current Social Media Chair placing emphasis on education and growth.  She also acts as the RWBC journalist interviewing many prominent politicians and experts on current issues.  RWBC Social Media presence has expanded in both membership and platforms during her time as Social Media Chair.

Karen is married and has a son and daughter and resides in the historic district in Catonsville, Maryland.

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Connie Esposito

2nd Vice President

After working as a nurse, Connie retired from GBMC Outpatients Surgery. Of course, once a nurse, always a nurse!

She was introduced to RWBC when a friend invited her to lunch and a meeting. Because of strong conservative values and a desire to be involved, she joined RWBC immediately and soon became Treasurer for two years. Having the opportunity to serve again, Connie accepted the nomination for Second Vice President and won.

She is happy to learn new things and work with people who share her values.

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Katie Swim

3rd Vice President

Although one of the youngest members of RWBC, Katie has accomplished many things in her life so far: section leader of her high school marching band, president of the National English Honor Society, and graduated in the top 10% of her class. Katie has been an integral part of the Republican Women of Baltimore County since 2022. She leads the Education Committee and RWBC Website Development.

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Beth Stone


Beth is a long-time member of RWBC.  She has served as Treasurer for the past two years.  Beth is the Chief of Staff for Delegate Ryan Nawrocki and has been active in Republican politics for many years.

Eleanor Huber


Eleanor spent 25 years with the Maryland State Highway Administration most recently as Federal Legislative Manager in the agency’s Policy Division.

In addition to her role as Recording Secretary for the RWBC, she is actively involved in the Carroll Manor Recreation Council Fitness Program.

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Jolie McShane

Past President

Jolie enthusiastically joined RWBC after discovering the like-minded women and fun club activities: Women on Target, educational monthly meetings, meeting "up and coming" politicians, sign-waving and even as a "voice" on a radio advertisement. All these activities drew her into the folds of the club. ​

A resident of Baltimore County for 30 years, Jolie runs her own business, Vesta Construction Websites which specializes in website and social media development for the heavy construction industry. Using her high-tech skills, Jolie has guided RWBC in social media and website improvements. She looks forward to supporting the incoming President Louise Baker.

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