Officers 2022 - 2023
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 working with new club members to become actively involved in RWBC.
2nd Vice President
Louise Joined RWBC one month after meeting a fellow club member in a store parking lot and was instantly hooked. She quickly found her niche as a participant of the membership committee. Louise is following in the steps of her parents who embraced conservative values and were involved in fundraising for multiple Republican candidates.
She has resided in Baltimore County her entire life and has no plans to change that. After her first career as a social worker in foster care and adoptions, Louise became a full time stay at home mom to her four children. Her hobbies and passions include dance, sports, animal welfare, entertaining and, of course, politics.
Louise resides in Sparks with her husband of 30 years who is a financial advisor and runs a community based garden market from their home. She is delighted to be of service and help grow the membership of this remarkable club.
1st Vice President
Jean has been a member of RWBC for about 4 years. For 21 years she has been the Law Librarian at the law firm of Tydings and Rosenberg. She graduated from Maryvale Preparatory School, Trinity University, Washington and received her masters from the University of Maryland. Some of her pastimes include hiking, biking, kayaking, and golf. But she has the most fun spending time with her animals.
Even though she worked in Congress for four years in college, she didn't become involved in politics until years later. She is now concerned for the future of our country, especially because she has a child and grandchild who will be living in this world.
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.
Beth is a long time member of RWBC. She has served as Treasurer for the past two years. Beth has been active in Republican politics of the years.
Dee grew up in Bethesda but has lived for most of her adult life in Baltimore County. She is a widow, a mother of 3, including a stepson, and a proud grandmother of 4. One of the greatest years of her life was spent in Vietnam during the war. She spent a career in banking doing what she loves including balancing and helping customers with mortgages, personal and commercial loans.
Dee volunteered for Ellen Sauerbrey in two gubernatorial races and ran for office herself. She is currently President of the Maryland Taxpayers Association as well as RWBC. She has spent many years testifying in Annapolis on various issues, particularly fiscal issues.