Great things are happening at AAUW and joining us to share new tools, resources and updates, will be Cordy Galligan, Vice President of Marketing and Communications, from the National AAUW office.  Cordy will also discuss AAUW’s research studies on areas such as pay equity, leadership, and STEM, and will share what other branches across the country are doing to increase membership and visibility.  We will leave time for questions and discussion. 

Tuesday, October 11
American Association of University Women,
Richmond branch monthly meeting.
7:30 p.m.
speakercordy-galligan-vp-of-mktg-and-comSpeaker from the National AAUW Office, Cordy Galligan, Vice President, Marketing and Communications, discussing “Impacts, Trends, and Resources”.
St. Matthias Episcopal Church
11300 W. Huguenot Road, Midlothian.

Free. Open to the public and prospective members.
Details: contact Georgiana Ball (804) 232-7549 or agmball@gmail.com

Friday, October 21
American Association of University Women, Richmond branch.  A Networking  and social gathering.
6-8 p.m., Café Taza, 5047 Forest Hill Avenue.
Open to the public and prospective members.  

Coming up soon:

Wine Tasting Fundraiser at Forest Hill Presbyterian Church!  Sign up sheets to volunteer to provide food and other assistance will be available at our Sept. 13th meeting.  Please contact Lesin Dippold, Barbara Strohman or Carol Swartz if you have suggestions or would like to be part of the fundraising team!
Date: Friday Nov 11, 2016
Time: 6 – 8 p.m. ET
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 As a Muslim Pakistani American feminist, AAUW  National Student Advisory Council member Maha Saleem has overcome gender bias, challenged stereotypes, and become an example of intersectional feminism. Learn about her passion for empowering women and girls. More…


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