Republican Women of Baltimore County Est.1966
Republican Women of Baltimore County                                                 Est.1966


Kathryn  Jerrard – President


Kathryn was born in Brooklyn N.Y. She’s been married to her husband David for 30 years. They have two wonderful children and a German Sheppard, that she adores spending time with.


Work & Career: She discovered Nerium International and became a small business owner and has never been happier.

Interests: She enjoys animals, and in particular, dogs. She finds it exhilarating to travel to new places and exploring new countries and cultures. She enjoys cooking, gardening, supporting her church and their programs, reading and involvement with book clubs, sports, physical activities, bicycling and hiking.


Kathryn joined the RWBC after attending a few meetings.  It was clear that  RWBC was filled with strong minded, hard working women who are eager for change in Maryland. Feeling frustrated by hard left democratic leadership in our country and especially in Maryland, it was an easy choice for her to become involved with the RWBC. Fun loving, determined, hard working women, forming a camaraderie while shedding light on the reforms needed to create a better state. She feels blessed to have met such a loving, caring group of women and men that share a mutual trust and friendship and who come together to make a real difference in Maryland.

Nicole Beus Harris - First Vice President


Growing up on the west coast and having spent time in Illinois before moving to Maryland – she has never lived in a red state, but because of that she’s learned a lot of tips and techniques to deal with being the underdog in a debate and race.

Her background consists of having worked for a Fortune 100 company and managing the administrative staff of 7 offices in 2 states, direct sales with a major cosmetics company, to her childhood dream of law enforcement. For the past 12 years she has used her college education in graphic design to help small businesses with their branding and marketing needs. In 2011 she branched out and started branding and marketing conservative candidates in local, state, and federal races in Maryland. Politics and her marketing training were a perfect match for her.

In 2014 she was a key figure for the big wins in Legislative District 6 which had been completely democrat held for 77 years prior. In addition to being Vice-President of RWBC, she is the Maryland State Precinct Captain Coordinator for the Maryland GOP.

During the 2014 campaigns she met her husband Andy Harris, who is the current Congressman from Maryland’s 1st Congressional District. Nicole is also the mother of 1, step-mother of 5, and step-grandmother to 7.

Jolie McShane - Second Vice President


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

A resident of Baltimore County for 30 years, Jolie runs her own business Vesta Construction Websites specializing in website and social media development for the heavy construction industry. Specializing in oil, gas and electric transmission construction, she has assisted large to smaller construction companies improve their website presence. 

She looks forward to working with new club members to become involved in RWBC.

Eleanor Huber - Recording Secretary 


A resident of Baltimore County over the past 20 years happily married with two children and blessed with 2 grandsons. 


Eleanor has a BA in Biology from Notre Dame of Maryland University.  She spent 25 years with the Maryland State Highway Administration as a real estate Review Appraiser and then as Federal Legislative Manager in the agency’s Policy division.  She holds a Certified General Appraisal Certification and is currently with the Robinson Appraisal Group LLC in Fallston. As a member of RWBC, she has thoroughly enjoyed her membership. She has enthusiasticly embraced her roll as Recording Secretary and looks forward to continuing to work with such an exceptional group of women to help build a stronger Republican Party.


Americanism – Chair: Jean Hessenauer  

  • Patriotism
    • Promotes patriotism at every meeting.
    • Donates patriotic books to libraries and schools.
  • Flag
    • Leads the Pledge of Allegiance at each meeting
    • Ensures proper display of the American flag at all functions.
    • Instructs members on flag etiquette and history.
    • Presents flags to schools and community groups.

Awards - Chair : Nicole Harris

  • Coordinates RWBC participation in the MFRW and NFRW awards program.
  • Provides MFRW and NFRW awards information to RWBC president and executive committee
  • Working knowledge of requirements and deadlines.
    • Coordinates with the RWBC executive committee to submit necessary information for state and national awards.

Bylaws – Chair: Dee Hodges Co-Chair: TBD

  • Attends executive committee board meetings to act as a resource regarding the existing bylaws.
  • In accordance with MFRW guidelines, and under the guidance of the RWBC executive committee, facilitates revision of existing bylaws annually.

Campaign/Voter Registration – Chair: Maureen O'Farrell

  • Help coordinate and sponsor voter registration drives.
  • Coordinate voting education opportunities to the RWBC, in cooperation with the Baltimore County Board of Elections.
    • Promote candidate debates and forums.
    • Keep the general membership up to date on the needs of local, state-wide, and national campaigns needs for volunteers.
  • Provides the above stated information to the executive committee for review and distribution to membership between meeting, and in non-meeting months.

Fundraising – Chair: Tien Langlee

  • Will lead the RWBC membership in efforts that attract money and services needed to carry out the mission of the club.
  • Coordination of events, in cooperation with other committees to promote the above stated goal.
    • In coordination with the RWBC executive committee, determines worthy non-RWBC charities and campaigns to host events for.
  • Chairwoman will focus the efforts of committee members on target audiences and groups to facilitate fundraising.

Philanthropy –    

  • Caring for America Chair - Patty Ensor
  • Institutes community service projects, under the oversight of the executive committee, that promote Republican values and Republican women
    • Literacy Chair : Carol Randall
  • Promotes the acquisition of and donation of books and videos that reflect Republican philosophies to local public libraries and schools.
  • Provides list of books recognized as part of Mamie Eisenhower Library Project (MELP)
    • Provides MELP bookplates for presentation

Legislative –  Chair: Kathryn Jerrard, 

  • Shall inform the executive board and the club of any local or state legislation affecting the interests of the RWBC, as well as all of Baltimore County.
  • Will coordinate efforts to have membership attendance at legislative days in Annapolis, as well as NFRW sponsored Legislative Days in Washington D.C.
  • Provides monthly updates at meetings regarding legislative activities in Baltimore County and Annapolis.

Membership/Hospitality – Chair: Eleanor Huber Co-Chair: Happy Riley,  

  • Assists the RWBC in boosting membership through networking, intra-party referrals, and dialog with active members.
  • Contacts perspective members
  • Networks with MFRW to gather information from their annual membership contest to understand programs and projects that have bolstered membership efforts within other clubs state-wide.
  • Coordinates with the executive board to participate in community events to help appeal to potential members.
  • Helps update membership materials annually to maintain accuracy of content and update information to stay relevant in the current political environment.

Public Relations/Program – Co-Chair Dee Hodges Co-Chair TBD

  • Public Relations
    • Promote RWBC events and meeting with the goal of generating news interest and coverage.
  • Coordinate with the MFRW PR Committee for assistance when needed.
    • Maximize impact through personal phone calls and/or visits to members of the news media to discuss RWBC functions.
    • Develop a contact list of news media people and keep updated.
  • Program
    • Coordinate with the executive committee to develop speaker schedules for each cycle (Jan-June and Sept-Nov)
  • The goal of all programs should be to educate and build enthusiasm for winning elections.
    • Work in tandem with appropriate committee chairs to ensure distribution and communication of programs.

Social Media/Website Management – Chairman: Jolie McShane

  • Social Media
    • Update social media (Facebook) content weekly. Ensure frequent posts that are consistent with the goals of the RWBC. 
  • Website Management
    • Keep website updated with upcoming meetings, events, contacts, etc.
  • Coordinate with the executive committee to ensure accurate messaging and content.
  • Communicate desired updates and changes with designated webmaster.

Newsletter/ Historian

Newsletter Chair : Joanne Seward   Historian : Jeanne Bowman

  • Historian
    • Maintains written and photographic record of RWBC events and activities
    • Provides photographs to publish relations committee as requested.
    • Writes a history of the RWBC covering the period serving as historian.

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