Dear AAUW Members, Welcome to our 2020-2021 year! As your incoming President, I first want to introduce you to our new Board of Directors. These devoted members will be working this year to uphold our Mission in very difficult times. While the Corona virus is preventing us to gather safely, it will not prevent us from advancing our Mission and Goals. Here are the 2020-2021 Board Members...
AAUW St. George Branch Luncheon Programs are typically held the first Monday of the month from 11:30 to 1:00 at the Courtyard by Marriott, unless otherwise indicated. However, due to the current health situation, we have moved to hosting our monthly luncheons for FREE via Zoom. Next luncheon will tentatively be held September 14, 2020, Zoom details to be posted prior to meeting.
Your unrestricted gift to the AAUW Fund helps incubate and disseminate programs that above all, advance equity for women and girls strengthen AAUW’s role in the global community respond to and eradicate the persistent challenges facing women and girls leverage new opportunities and attract new audiences to our mission.
In short, the programs listed here get results for women and girls. And that’s AAUW’s top priority, now and in the future.
Gifts to the AAUW Fund are dispersed as needed to impactful projects that advance the mission of AAUW. Your undesignated donation will be used to support worthy programs.
As a working mom, I have limited time for volunteering. I love AAUW because I think they make my time count — my work directly improves the lives of women and girls. Also, I have made so many friends in this group of amazing women!
AAUW has enabled me to use my leadership skills to help women in very concrete ways. Our work helps women in so many ways. Our scholarships help students complete their education so that they will continue to earn a solid income throughout their career. That will make a difference in their lives and the lives of the next generation.
When male colleagues ask me why I choose to be a member of AAUW my answer is simple. Throughout my personal life, my academic career, and my professional career, several strong women have played pivotal roles in making me who I am today. Through my own experience, I am convinced that we are all better off with more strong and empowered women.