Commissioner Ed Rothstein: District 5
Carroll County Office Building
225 North Center Street
Westminster, Maryland 21157
Revised December, 2018
Ed Rothstein is in his first term as County Commissioner. Ed’s diverse thirty-plus year military career included numerous deployments along with multiple duty stations including his last military assignment as Garrison Commander at Fort Meade in Maryland. He was Economic Developer for Anne Arundel County before founding ERA Advisory LLC which is a service-disabled, veteran-owned small business focused on giving back to the community. Most recently serving as Executive Director for the BWI Business Partnership, he also serves on multiple boards of directors for non-profits within the region and state, and previously served on the Carroll County Veterans Advisory Council. Ed’s education includes an Education Degree from Lock Haven University, a Masters in Human Resources from Webster University and a Masters in National Resource Management from Eisenhower School for National Security. At Lock Haven, Ed was a member of the Division I wrestling team and commissioned through the ROTC Program. Ed resides in Eldersburg with his wife Audrey and two children Emily and Sam.
District 5 covers the southeastern portion of Carroll County. It includes Eldersburg and the town of Sykesville.