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RWAAC Board Members & Officers

  • President – Barbara Morsberger
  • 1st Vice President – Joyce Spotz
  • 2nd Vice President – Pat Root
  • 3rd Vice President – Maria Sasso
  • Recording Secretary – Joan Lebo
  • Corresponding Secretary – Sabra Ladd
  • Treasurer – Nancy Schrum
  • Assistant Treasurer – Mary Fink
  • General Board Member – Bethany Quinn

Standing Committees

  • Legislative Chairman – Barbara Morsberger
  • Publicity and PR Chairman – Joyce Spotz
  • Fundraising Chairman – Pat Root
  • Membership Chairman – Mary Fink
  • Americanism Chairman – Jan Holland
  • Media and Website – Bethany Quinn

Special Committees

President – Barbara Morsberger

Contact Barbara: barb@mmpcrofton.com

Barbara MorsbergerBarbara Morsberger is the Owner of Minuteman Press of Canton, Crofton and Dundalk. A native Marylander, she grew up in Hyattsville and currently resides in Davidsonville. Barbara earned a B.A. from the University of Maryland College Park in 1998. She is a current member of BNI, Rotary in Annapolis, and the Crofton Regional Community Center (CRCC). She is a past Board member of the Pasadena Business Association.

 

First Vice President – Joyce Spotz

Joyce SpotzJoyce is a resident of the Annapolis area for over 10 years. She has extensive experience in corporate sales, marketing and public relations for major corporations including Dennison Paper Company, Fellowes Manufacturing and Rubbermaid, culminating in developing her own manufacturers’ rep firm. Now that she is retired she looks forward to applying her skills to support RWAAC principles.

 

Second Vice President – Pat Root

Pat and her husband moved to the Annapolis area in May 2001, and she joined RWAAC in November. Pat took on the role of Publicity Chairman almost immediately, which she held for three years before being elected as RWAAC Treasurer. In 2010, Pat became Chairman of Ways and Means and she now serves as Fundraising Chairman. Other accomplishments and activities include:

      • White House volunteer for George W. Bush from 2003-2008
      • Worked in the Transition Office for six months
      • Worked in the Dallas Transition Office
      • Newly-installed President of the Panhellenic Club of Annapolis
      • Graduate of University of Texas, Austin

Third Vice President – Maria Sasso

m_sassoMaria holds a Master’s Degree in International Relations and is a licensed Real Estate Broker in Maryland, a Licensed Senior Mortgage Officer, a Maryland Notary and Court Translator. From 2004 to 2007 Maria opened in Annapolis the Oficina De Asuntos Latinos, (Office of Latin Affairs), a corporation that rendered services and referrals to the Latin American community. During the years 2000- 2003, she Presided over the Organization Hispanics & Latin Americans (OHLA) in Annapolis, and was the Director of the non-profit, ALMA, the Association of Latinos of Maryland. At present she holds the position of President of the Hispanic Republicans.

Maria has worked in the international trade field as an advisor for imports and exports into the (then) Emerging Democratic Countries of Eastern Europe, and on behalf of Latin American Embassies in Washington D.C. Her past life includes teaching at the elementary, secondary and college level, and as a High School Principal. Her international experience has also been realized in the arena as a real estate consultant for international dispute resolution.

Recording Secretary – Joan Lebo

Corresponding Secretary – Sabra Ladd

Sabra LaddSabra, a native of Massachusetts, moved to Anne Arundel County 11 years ago from San Diego where she worked 19 years for a major hotel, lastly as their convention services manager. Prior to that, she graduated from Chandler School for Women in Boston, worked in the insurance industry and in the legal field. Now retired, she is active in her church, the Naval Academy’s Midshipmen Sponsor Program and supporting her husband who is an elected County Councilman.

Treasurer – Nancy Schrum

Contact Treasurer: treasurer@rwaac.com

Assistant Treasurer – Mary Fink

Contact Membership Chair: membership@rwaac.com

Mary Fink

 

 

 

Legislative Action Team Chairman – Barbara Morsberger

Barbara MorsbergerBarbara Morsberger is the Owner of Minuteman Press of Canton, Crofton and Dundalk. A native Marylander, she grew up in Hyattsville and currently resides in Davidsonville. Barbara earned a B.A. from the University of Maryland College Park in 1998. She is a current member of BNI, Rotary in Annapolis, and the Crofton Regional Community Center (CRCC). She is a past Board member of the Pasadena Business Association.

 

Publicity & PR Chairman – Joyce Spotz

Joyce SpotzJoyce is a resident of the Annapolis area for over 10 years. She has extensive experience in corporate sales, marketing and public relations for major corporations including Dennison Paper Company, Fellowes Manufacturing and Rubbermaid, culminating in developing her own manufacturers’ rep firm. Now that she is retired she looks forward to applying her skills to support RWAAC principles.

 

 

Fundraising Chairman – Pat Root

Pat and her husband moved to the Annapolis area in May 2001, and she joined RWAAC in November. Pat took on the role of Publicity Chairman almost immediately, which she held for three years before being elected as RWAAC Treasurer. In 2010, Pat became Chairman of Ways and Means and she now serves as Fundraising Chairman. Other accomplishments and activities include:

      • White House volunteer for George W. Bush from 2003-2008
      • Worked in the Transition Office for six months
      • Worked in the Dallas Transition Office
      • Newly-installed President of the Panhellenic Club of Annapolis
      • Graduate of University of Texas, Austin

 

Membership Chairman – Mary Fink (see Assistant Treasurer above)

Mary FinkContact Membership Chair: membership@rwaac.com

 

 

Americanism Chairman – Jan Holland

Jan Holland is a native of the state of Michigan. She earned her bachelor and master of music degrees from the University of Michigan. Her military career began at the TRADOC/CONARC Band at Fort Monroe, VA in 1974 where she enlisted in the Army band. After three years at Fort Monroe, Ms. Holland taught special education music for two years in the public schools of Michigan and Montana. She re-entered the Army in 1980 and joined The U.S. Army Field Band at Fort Meade, MD, a premier band for the Army. This band’s authority is regulated by the Office of the Chief of Public Affairs at the Pentagon.

While performing with the Field Band, Jan extensively traveled the world. She played clarinet, piano and percussion and she learned to play the harp. Jan retired in 1997 from the Army and is now a freelance harpist in the Baltimore-Washington, DC area. She is a member of DAV Chapter 13 in Severn, MD and a volunteer driver picking up patients and bringing them to the DAV clinic in Glen Burnie, MD.

 

Historian – Caral Grunwald

Caral Grunwald

 

 

 

Newsletter – Amy Taylor Dhillon

Amy Taylor Dhillon is President of Taylor Wealth Strategies in Severna Park, working as an investment advisor since 1985. She and her husband, Kimball, have two children and are lifelong residents of Annapolis. She is a graduate of Washington College where she was President of the WC Young Republicans. She enjoys sailing and is an active member of the Annapolis Yacht Club. Other Interests include oil painting, tennis, golf and traveling.

Literacy & No Child Left Behind Chairman – vacant

 

Domestic Violence/Arden House Chairman – Doreen Rexroad

Doreen and her husband Caird have lived in Maryland for over 38 years. They have a son and a daughter, and two grandchildren. Doreen has been active in both RWAAC and MFRW since 1998, including serving in various leadership roles for both organizations. Her volunteer service includes No Child Left Behind, Maryland Republican Headquarters, White House in Agency Liaison, the Office of the Executive Director for Governor Ehrlich, and the 2004 Republican National Convention. She has also worked on campaigns for Hon. Ellen Sauerbrey, President George W. Bush, and Governor Robert Ehrlich. Doreen received the Anne Arundel Republican Party Unsung Hero Award (2001, 2004), and was a White House Volunteer Hall of Fame Honoree (2008).

 

Chaplain – Doreen Rexroad

 

Media and Website Chairman – Bethany Quinn

Bethany and her husband, AAGOP Central Committee Member – Don Quinn, live in Annapolis with their six children.  Together, they own Indelible Ink Marketing, a full service marketing and advertising company.  Bethany has worked on political campaigns and is also a member of RWFF.  She is passionate about politics as a way to advocate for change and make our communities stronger so that all of our citizens have the opportunity to succeed and pursue the true American Dream.  Bethany has also served on several boards promoting the health and well-being of children.