Annelie E. Weber retired after serving nearly 29 years as a congressional staffer and Executive Assistant to the General Counsel and to the Chairman of the Committee on the Judiciary, U.S. House of Representatives. Annelie is a “Distinguished Toastmaster” the highest award Toastmasters International can bestow to its leaders and was elected to serve District 18 as its Governor. She also served for two years as a Board member of Toastmasters International and served for three years as a member of the International Leadership Committee.
She is also a past President of the Frederick County Commission for Women. She is a graduate of the annual 2003-2004 Leadership Frederick program sponsored by the Frederick County Chamber of Commerce. Annelie has served as the Executive Staff assistant for the Korean War Veterans Association.
During the 50th Anniversary of the Korean War 2000-2003, she published The Commemorator, a quarterly publication for and about Korean War veterans and served as the Executive Assistant and interim Executive Director for U.S. Korea 2000 Foundation, a non-profit Foundation.
She now serves as a Board Member for the Korean War Veterans Memorial Foundation and is the Assistant Editor of the Airborne Quarterly, a digest of airborne history published by her husband under the auspices of the American Airborne Association.
Annelie is a Board Member of the League of Women Voters, Frederick County and a past Board Member of the Asian American Community of Frederick, MD. She is an alumna of the University of Maryland where she obtained her BA and MS degrees. Annelie is German by birth and American by choice.