Women’s Equality Day Breakfast photos

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Truliant Mini Grant Voting Site

AAUWGreensboro is a finalist for a Truliant Credit Union mini-grant of $1000 to fund $tart$mart workshops at our area College and University partners. Vote today!



Tuesday September 8 2015, 6:00 p.m. CUCC

The first meeting of our 2015-2016 season will be held at Congregational United Church of Christ (CUCC) on Tuesday September 8 beginning at 6:00 with our annual Salad Supper. The hospitality committee, chair Mary Woodrow 336-316-1339, has asked that I remind you of this enjoyable tradition at which we bring our favorite salads to share. The table will be filled with salads of all kinds, and we look forward to sampling and comparing. It is always fun to read the ingredients lists as we move down the buffet line, so please share the recipes. The Hospitality Committee will provide beverages, bread and crackers, as well as delicious desserts. We are pleased that Shaylon Duncan and Jessica Twitchell, the two recipients of branch scholarships to the 2015 NCCWSL, will be with us. Shaylon and Jessica will briefly share highlights of memorable moments of their experiences while attending the AAUW National Conference of College Women Student Leaders.  Both young women are beginning to plan the leadership activity that they will implement on campus during their senior year.  Following the Salad Supper, we are very fortunate to have Donna Duffy as moderator and Murphie Chappell as  speaker on the important topic Title IX: Beyond Athletics.  Their experience and knowledge will help us understand why AAUW is placing such a strong emphasis on getting Title IX resources distributed to school coordinators. We hope to have several Title IX coordinators in the audience to spur conversation and dialogue.






American Association of University Women (AAUW) is a nationwide network of more than 170,000 members and donors, 1,000 branches, and 800 college/university institution partners. For 130 years, AAUW members have examined and taken positions on the fundamental issues of the day — educational, social, economic, and political. AAUW Greensboro is one of approximately twenty local branches in North Carolina. With over 100 members and several college/university partner affiliates, the organization meets monthly from September to April. In addition, we hold special events of interest to members and of service to women and girls in Greensboro such as $tart$mart and TriadTechSavvy.