More than 80 leaders from 26 branches gathered on Saturday, March 21 in Hayward for Developing The Leader In You. They learned effective meetings, change management, conflict resolution, alternate governance, strategic planning, mentoring and team development skills to bring back to their branches. Erica Stout from AAUW spoke on AAUW's leadership resources and shared a brand new video showcasing AAUW as a leader in the equity efforts. As one attendee said, "The day presented useful and practical information that I can take back to my branch."  
Register now for the repeat of this event on April 19 in Manhattan Beach. See you in April. 




2015 AAUW National Convention

June 18th to June 21st

Click HERE to learn more about the National AAUW 2015 Convention being held in San Diego June 18-21.  

If you would like to be a volunteer at the convention, please click HERE to send an email to Jane Niemeier, the Volunteer Coordinator.



The California Perspective - Winter 2015 Issue

is now available (click HERE) 



What's New

Program of the Month: March

April 13, 2015

 The March Program of the Month goes to Oakdale-Riverbank-Escalon & Turlock branches for their joint program of "Ending the Culture of Violence on school and college campuses".  

The branches further partnered with the Stanislaus County League of Women Voters, Delta Kappa Gamma and the Stanislaus County Office of Education to present a FREE panel discussion and resource fair on ending the culture of violence on school and college campuses.

Panel members include Stanislaus County Sheriff Adam Christianson, Office of Education Superintendent Tom Changnon, University of the Pacific Vice President for Student Life Patrick Day, Oakdale Police Chief Lester Jenkins, Family Justice Center Executive Director Tom Ciccarelli, Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Director Dr. Madelyn Schlaepfer.  Representatives from community agencies will be available to provide information about their work in this area.  500+ were in attendance.

ERA Call to Action

September 01, 2014

 AAUW California Program Director Cathy Foxhoven and members from the San Mateo branch represented AAUW at Jackie Speier's Call to Action Rally on Tuesday, August 26 at the San Mateo History Museum.

Pictured from left are Diane Silven, Foxhoven, Rep Speier and Shirley Roberson.

Congresswoman Anna Eshoo and many women's organizations were also in attendance.



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