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Since its inception in 2023, Maryland’s Jeep Club (MJC) has been steadfast in its mission to enhance the community. Our primary goal is to raise funds for many charities, encompassing those that assist children, animal shelters, veterans, first responders, children’s organizations, and more. MJC is working towards becoming a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, a status that will facilitate our goal by allowing us to receive tax-exempt donations and government grants. The heart of MJC lies in its diverse array of events, ranging from show and shine to wheeling and everything in between. We are delighted to have your support as we strive to make a difference in our local communities.


At MJC, we are committed to creating a friendly and safe community for Jeepers to share their experiences and knowledge with one another. Our community values each member’s diversity and treats everyone with respect and courtesy regardless of their background or beliefs. We strive to maintain a culture of inclusivity, where everyone feels welcome to participate in club activities.

Our primary goal is to raise funds for local charities and offer assistance wherever necessary. We believe in giving back to our community and positively impacting those around us. We encourage all members to participate in our fundraising activities to support local charities.

We are a family-friendly group and welcome members of all ages. Our community is built on the values of mutual respect, honesty, and integrity. We expect all members to adhere to our rules and guidelines designed to ensure everyone’s safety and well-being. We strongly believe in our non-discrimination policy, which prohibits discrimination based on race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, or other personal characteristics.

In summary, we are a community of Jeepers committed to providing a secure and friendly environment for sharing experiences, raising funds for local charities, and promoting inclusivity and respect for all members.

Tina Neuenschwander

Tina's vision for MJC is to create a thriving, inclusive community that embodies the club's core values of education, conservation, safety, community, charity, respect, responsibility, and adventure. By promoting responsible off-roading practices and supporting state charities, they aim to expand financial access and help underserved communities thrive.

With Tina's leadership, MJC is poised to make a significant impact both on and off the trails, fostering a community that not only enjoys the thrill of off-roading but also contributes positively to society and the environment.

Jason Morris
Vice President

Jason has been a passionate off-roading enthusiast for over 20 years. His love for Jeeps and the great outdoors began at a young age, exploring rugged terrains and discovering the thrill of adventure. With a deep appreciation for nature and a commitment to responsible off-roading, Jason has dedicated his time and energy to promoting safe and sustainable off-road practices.

Amy Parsons

Amy has been a passionate off-roading enthusiast for many years, bringing a wealth of experience and enthusiasm to her role as Secretary of MJC. With a professional background in health care, she excels in administration, organization, and communication. These skills are vital in managing the club’s records, coordinating meetings, and ensuring smooth communication among members.

Dylan Bailey
Executive director

Dylan brings a wealth of leadership and off-roading experience to his role as Executive Director of MJC. With a strong background in Customer Care, he excels in strategic planning, community engagement, and organizational management. Passionate about education and conservation, Dylan is dedicated to promoting safe and responsible off-roading practices. He is committed to fostering a vibrant community of Jeep enthusiasts through educational programs, charity events, and environmental initiatives, ensuring MJC thrives as a respected and impactful organization.