The AAUW Honoree program is a wonderful way for our branch to recognize outstanding members. The criteria considered for our 2022 recipients were: promoting the mission of AAUW, length of time in the branch, serving
Join AAUW 's new CEO Gloria L. Blackwell in conversation with Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Ph.D., the first woman and first African to serve as Director-General of the World Trade Organization, as Blackwell presents Dr. Okonjo-Iweala
The Morgan Hill Branch of the American Association of University Women was chartered on December 7, 1981, with 41 members. We will celebrate our 40th anniversary on December 5, 2021. Save the
March for Reproductive Rights - Join Us! --- This Saturday AAUW Morgan Hill will be joining thousands in the Bay Area to present a unified voice in support of women and their reproductive
Dear Branch Members, The Wildflower Run, our only annual fundraiser, is organized by branch members, run by branch and community volunteers, and involves community participation. ALL proceeds fund scholarships, leadership programs for women
Branch member, Tammy Parker, has been selected to attend Leadership Morgan Hill (LMH) Class of 2022. LMH is a local training and development program created to inspire future leaders to community service.
Join AAUW Morgan Hill in partnership with the City of Morgan Hill, the Morgan Hill Chamber of Commerce, SURJ (Showing Up for Racial and Social Justice) South County, and the Edward Boss Prado Foundation