Women’s Caucus

CDMD Women’s Caucus

The College Democrats of Maryland Executive Board has created our first caucus: the CDMD Women’s Caucus! The College Democrats of Maryland Women’s Caucus serves to inclusively promote women’s advocacy and women’s rights; inform citizens on local, state, and national politics; and elect Democratic female candidates to public office.

Anyone who is interested in being a general member should fill out the general membership form to get your contact information so the chair can reach out to you. If you have any questions about positions or the caucus in general you can email us at womenscaucus@mdcollegedems.org.


Chair: Rebecca Vincent

Rebecca Vincent is a junior at Loyola University Maryland. At Loyola, she is pursuing a degree in Political Science as well as two minors in Peace and Justice Studies and History. She hopes to attend law school after graduation and intends to work in constitutional or civil rights law. Rebecca is serving for a second year as President of the Loyola University Maryland Democrats. She has loved working with her Co-President and with the rest of her Executive Board to promote the ideals of the Democratic Party and increase political activism on Loyola’s campus. Rebecca has been committed to women’s advocacy issues since she was in high school, so she is thrilled to continue this pursuit as the Chair of the Women’s Caucus this year.

Vice-Chair: Colleen Herrmann

Colleen Herrmann is a sophomore at the University of Maryland, College Park studying Public Policy and Communications Rhetoric. She is actively involved in the Student Government Association at UMD, where she serves as a residential representative on the legislature and works with various committees, including the Committee on Academic Affairs and the Health and Wellness Committee. She is passionate about student government because she finds it the best way to ensure students’ safety on campus physically, mentally, and academically.

Colleen is interested in political communication and management, especially when applied to state-wide and federal campaigns. She worked on the 2018 Maryland gubernatorial primary as an intern and field organizer and is passionate about electing progressive candidates who are invested in helping their constituents. She is thrilled to get involved with the Women’s Caucus of CDMD, and she hopes to advocate for women’s issues and help women get elected across the state!

Secretary: Sarah Rowan

Sarah Rowan is a senior at Towson University majoring in Spanish language & literature with minors in political science and mass communication. She has lived in Maryland for 13 years, having emigrated from Ireland when she was just eight years old. Sarah became passionate about both politics and women’s issues in high school, and in college, she is interested in the connections that exist between effective civic engagement and the greater international community.

Her research currently focuses on cultural competency and transnational advocacy as they relate to healthcare and education in underserved communities. She hopes to pursue a career in international development policy. Sarah is thrilled to advocate for women’s issues across Maryland as a part of CDMD’s first women’s caucus.

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