Donna Lilly, College/University Partners Representative, has provided a list of our California C/U Partners, with contact information. Branches will find this tool very useful in working with our campus partners.
A celebration of Women's History Month was hosted by the Santa Monica Commission on the Status of Women on March 8. The theme of the event revolved around STEM.
AAUW CA Membership Director, Ginny Hatfield, and Beach Cities Tech Trek Chair, Terry Hays-Horner, represented AAUW CA and provided a display highlighting Tech Trek.
Roseville-South Placer branch leadership directors, Michele Stark and Sue Orvis, maintain AAUW visibility on campus at Sierra College as they continue their campus connections with the faculty, administrators.
- Last fall they presented four $tart $mart workshops in Career Planning and Sociology classrooms.
- Sierra College signed a 3-year contract with WAGE (Women Are Getting Even) which entitles the campus to unlimited offerings of $tart $mart.
Augusta Knuthe celebrated her 100th birthday on January 25. She currently resides at Atria Senior Living in San Juan Capistrano. She is witty, articulate and owns life experiences that provide insights into a century of people, places and events.
AAUW Fallbrook celebrated its 65th Anniversary on June 23. Thirty-five members attended a luncheon to honor the branch, which began with twelve members in 1946.
Donna Lilly, State College/University Liaison and former state co- President, installed new officers. Draped in a scarf of the American flag, Donna spoke of Betsy Ross and compared her power and determination to women of our time. She recognized new board members, as well as all members, for the branch's vibrant history and current achievements.
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