Our mission is to foster the voices of women to be heard in government and advocate for conservative values.
Each of our members brings her own set of experiences and beliefs to our club, but we all have one thing in common – a love for America and the freedoms and privileges she affords us. We support the Republican platform and the issues that impact our families. We support limited government and fiscal responsibility, economic growth and free enterprise, equal rights for all U.S. citizens, and policies that ensure opportunity and security for our families, communities, state and nation.
Linda has been a Republican all her adult life. She grew up and was in business in a strong Democratic community (Genesee County) but reading Atlas Shrugged as a young adult set her political principles. She joined Bloomfield RWC in 2015 and has served as Legislative Chair and as 1st VP for hospitality.
A precinct delegate, as are so many of our members, she is excited to serve as President, especially since it is such a supporting, active group who care deeply about the future and direction of our country. We work to equip our members with the knowledge and data to fight for our principles--and 2022 is going to require that "fighting" spirit. Linda lives in Independence Twp.
1st Vice President
Kim is a life long Conservative Republican and 1st Vice President of BRWC. She was on the Election Integrity committee before accepting this position. I am a precinct delegate and in 2020 knocked 1,000 doors for President Trump as well as local and state Republican candidates. I have a deep respect and grateful heart for the freedoms and opportunities the United States of America offers her people. I believe this country is still the greatest country in the world despite our many challenges. I am happy to serve as BRWC 1st Vice President. We have a wonderful group of ladies and gentlemen. They are eclectic, smart, and very supportive of our mission. My main job is recruiting guest speakers to educate and inspire our group to take action. I am looking forward to a very politically active year and all that we can accomplish as a club to further our mission. Kim lives in Waterford.
2nd Vice President
Diane joined BRWC in 2009. Her first position on the Board was Hospitality Chair. She was elected 1st VP and served four years obtaining first-rate speakers for the club. Diane has been a Precinct Delegate since 2010.
Formerly a Chrysler employee, she currently is the business accountant in her son’s company.
A life-long conservative Republican, Diane believes in the founding documents as written, the principles of the current Republican Party Platform and prays the overreaching power of government will end and future generations will be free. Diane lives in Clarkston.
I am a life-long Republican and have been a member of BRWC for nearly 20 years. I served as Legislative Chair for several years previously and am now serving as Recording Secretary, a position I have held for several terms. I enjoy taking action on issues through contacting legislators at the local, state, and national levels, working on petition drives, creating action items for the club, and attending rallies. Elana lives in Bloomfield Hills.
After retiring from General Motors, Judy had more time for politics and joined the BRWC in 2005 after being recruited by another member. In 2006 she joined the Board as the Social Chairman and in 2007 she assisted another member in setting up our first website. In 2009 she was elected as President and set about working to shore up Club finances and increasing fiscal discipline. She has been Treasurer since 2011. She was elected as a Precinct Delegate in 2010 and continues in that role. She lives in Clarkston.
Susan was introduced to the BRWC while agitating on the streets during the Tea Party Rallies against Obamacare. Since joining, she has been on the Board as Assistant Treasurer and is active in Greater Oakland GOP. Susan is a successful business owner in the Oakland County area. Sue lives in Lake Orion
Daniela is an advocate for conservative values and an avid supporter of political candidates, small business owners, and service personnel. Raised by an immigrant and union labor leader, at a young age she realized the importance of fairness, freedom, and opportunity for all.
Daniela is a third-term elected precinct delegate, an Oakland County Executive Committee member, a BRWC delegate-at-large, and a long-time volunteer in the public schools and her church. She was a recent Michigan State Representative candidate for the 35th District and served as co-chair for the 9th Congressional District. Daniela is the president of a marketing communications company, Little Scooter Communications.
NAMRATA P. CAROLAN
Namrata Carolan (AKA Namoo) is a National Public and Motivational Christian Speaker. Born and raised in India, survived tyranny under severe persecution, lacerated, traumatized under communism and tortured for Christ as a young Child left for dead by organ harvesters by the pernicious threat of socialist/Marxist creep of the Communist Party. A legal Immigrant to the United States who gave her entire life to serve God as a Public Servant. She recently served as Republican County Commissioner for Michigan. She is a Speech Language Pathologist/CEO and Director of Somerset Child LLC specializing in early years development and learning Center. She is President of Carolan Consulting LLC for childhood trauma and recovery. She has been working with Children and hearing-impaired all-over Asia and the USA.
Namrata currently serves with multiple government related entities providing interface with County, Local Government and is working closely with the Public as a constitutional and Christian political commentator. Namrata Carolan has travelled extensively all over the world and is very versatile with many languages and
cultures of the world. Namrata’s Husband and three children are lifelong Michiganders. She lives in Jerome
Sharon White grew up in Warren, Michigan and has a Business Management Degree from Northwood University in Midland, MI. Sharon has a 40 year banking career and retired in 2012 .
She became politically involved in 2009 attending the Tea Party March in Washington, D.C. Getting involved in a local candidate’s campaign was the next step in an effort to make a difference. Sharon joined the Bloomfield Republican Women’s Club in 2010 and joined the Board as Hospitality Chair in 2014 after her retirement from banking. She was voted President in 2016 and served as President in for 2017-2018.
Sharon is married and has a son, step daughter and four grandchildren. She lives in Bloomfield Hills.