- Candidate, Maryland State House of Delegates, District 4, 2018
- Director of International Affairs/Clinical Faculty, Shepard University, 2010-present
- Author and Owner, Medieval Maidens, Limited Liability Company, 2006-present
- Adjunct Professor, Hood College, 2015-2017
- Foreign Language Instructor, Frederick County Public Schools, 1999-2016
- Columnist, Frederick News Post, 2009-2016
- Member and Public Relations Media Volunteer, Smoketown Rotary, 2017-present
- Commissioner, Frederick County Commission for Women, 2016-present
- Member, Women's Giving Ciricle of Frederick, Grants Committee, 2016-present
- Mentor, Women to Women Mentoring Frederick, 2016-present
- Volunteer, Frederick Memorial Hospital Auxilary, 1999-present
- Former Leader, Boys Scouts of America
- Former Member, Frederick County Landmarks Association, Board of Officers
- Volunteer, Frederick Memorial Hospital Auxilary, Select Seconds Thrift Shop
- Member, Frederick Memorial Hospital Good Samaritans, member
- Member, Fredericktowne Players Board of Directors
- Former Leader, Girl Scouts of America
- Chapter President, Central Maryland Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG), 2006-2017
- Foreign Language and History Professor, Frederick Community College, 2006-2011
- Member and Chair, Family Life Advisory Committee, 1997-2004
- Chair, Brunswick High School Wrestling Team, 1999
Lois Jarman is an at-large representative on the Frederick County Board of Education in Maryland. She was appointed the position effective January 2019 to fill a vacancy following Ken Kerr's election to the Maryland House of Delegates.
Jarman was a Democratic candidate who sought election to the Maryland House of Delegates to represent District 4. Jarman lost the general election on November 6, 2018, after advancing from the primary on June 26, 2018.
Jarman earned her bachelor's degree from Goucher College. She later received a master's degree from Hood College and her Ed.D. from Shenandoah University. Jarman is a world language teacher in the district. She and her husband have two children.