Climate Change is Real: Where Do We Go From Here? Program: Tuesday, February 28 6:30-8:30 pm, Morgan Hill Library Ask our environmental experts, Kari Hall (NBC Bay Area Meteorologist), Lesley Miles (Architect,
Performing at the Women In Touch holiday brunch Back row: Joan Sullivan, Karen MacDonald, Linda Tarvin, Susan Rife, Darla Andresen, Valerie Chambliss, Joanne Rife Front row: Kyung Lee, Alissa Crispin, Krisse Boursier,
The AAUW Honoree program is a wonderful way for our branch to recognize outstanding members. Think about who you see promoting the mission of AAUW, providing great service to the branch or board, performing
We are proud to be recognized nationally as one of only 29 AAUW branches (from over 1000 nationwide) to excel in all areas in aligning our work with the national mission of advancing gender equity for women and girls!
Advancement — How does our branch recruit and retain members?
Public Policy and Research – What does our branch do to engage in Public Policy and Research?
Governance and Sustainability – What is our branch’s Succession Plan?
Programs – How has our branch continued our Programs during a pandemic?
Communication and External Relations – How does our branch communicate with our members and the community?
Our members and supporters were among the millions worldwide in the #WomensMarch. We have protested the unjust treatment of people of color in this country, and we have protested the unlawful and violent invasion of the Capitol. What next? Tell your elected officials to make women’s priorities and equity for all national priorities. You do not need to be an AAUW member to signup for or utilize these lobbying resources.