Dylan Kama

Dylan Kama

Grassroots Advocacy Assistant

Previously to working at AAUW, while in college at George Washington University, Dylan interned at various institutions around Washington, D.C., including the Center for American Progress, Capitol Hill, and AAUW. After graduating, he worked for a U.S. senator from his home state of Nevada before joining AAUW’s staff. He is currently working on a master’s degree in political management at George Washington University. In his spare time, Dylan enjoys making sushi and rooting for the Los Angeles Lakers. Have questions about AAUW’s powerful Action Network or fun policy-related branch activities? Contact Dylan!

 

Work by Dylan Kama

Iowa State guard Jadda Buckley drives on Baylor University's Niya Johnson during a January 23, 2016, basketball. Photo by Max Goldberg for the Iowa State Daily.

Here’s Who Would Win March Madness Based on Schools’ Gender Pay Gaps

March Madness, the annual NCAA basketball tournament, kicks off this week. But to us, the real madness is that women and people of color still don’t have equal pay in 2017! Read more »

Blog   |   Economic Justice   |   March 14, 2017
In 2016, 900 get-out-the-vote events were organized by AAUW members in 46 states.

Look What AAUW Action Network Accomplished in 2016!

This year was action-packed for AAUW’s advocacy efforts. Our reach spanned from the White House to Congress to statehouses across the country. But the hard work isn’t over yet! Read more »

Blog   |   Advocacy   |   December 22, 2016
AAUW Vice President of Government Relations Lisa Maatz and Democratic Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) at the 2016 AAUW Title IX Champion award ceremony.

AAUW Honors Sen. Harry Reid as 2016 Title IX Champion

AAUW marked the 44th anniversary of Title IX by hosting our annual Title IX Cupcakes and Champagne celebration on Capitol Hill to honor Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) as the 2016 Title IX Champion. Read more »

Blog   |   Advocacy   |   July 05, 2016
Title IX is a game changer -- On the field, on campus, in the classroom.

Find Your Title IX Coordinators with AAUW’s Interactive Tool

All K–12 schools that receive federal funds must designate at least one employee to coordinate their efforts to comply with and carry out their responsibilities under Title IX. Locate the Title IX coordinator nearest to you in just a few clicks. Read more »

Resource   |   June 22, 2016
Four women stand in a U.S. Senate room around a podium.

Congress, Here’s How to Make STEM Fields Better for Everyone

“Increasing diversity in our STEM fields will make us smarter.” Read more »

Blog   |   Advocacy   |   June 01, 2016
A line of women holding posters in front of a truck with McCrory's face on it that reads "Keep your word."

A Strong Showing: How to Host a Rally

A public rally can be a great way to increase visibility for AAUW, generate media coverage, and raise awareness about a policy issue. Read more »

Resource   |   May 19, 2016

Tabling: Tips and Tricks for Creating AAUW Visibility

Tabling can be a great way to increase visibility for AAUW and spread the word about AAUW’s work. But there’s more to it than sitting at a table with brochures. Here are some tips and tricks for making your tabling event extra effective. Read more »

Resource   |   May 05, 2016

Gap in Coaches’ Salaries Guides NCAA Tournament Picks

The 100-plus schools in the NCAA men’s and women’s basketball tournaments all pay coaches for men’s sports teams more — often much more — on average than coaches for women’s sports teams. How’s that for March madness? Read more »

Blog   |   Campus   |   6 Comments   |   March 18, 2014