Erin Prangley

Erin Prangley is the associate director of Government Relations at AAUW. She has also worked for senior members of Congress and the Congressional Caucus for Women’s Issues. She practiced law for several years, concentrating on immigration, employment law, business consulting, and veterans benefits. Erin is a contributing author to the National Coalition for Women and Girls in Education (NCWGE) report Title IX at 40: Working to Ensure Gender Equity in Education (2012). She holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern California and a law degree from American University’s Washington College of Law. Media Contact: Elizabeth Owens, 202.785.7756

Washington Update (January 16, 2015)

Inside: State of the Union Preparations, Education Update Read more »

  |     |   January 16, 2015
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114th Congress’ Education Priorities Must Provide Equitable Opportunities for Students

U.S. Congress and the president have not been able to agree on the nation’s education priorities for more than a decade. The expired No Child Left Behind bill continues to be the law of the land without changes to reflect current education priorities. Read more »

Blog   |   Education   |   2 Comments   |   January 06, 2015

Federal Legislative Priorities for Women and Families in the 114th Congress

This document is intended to provide an overview of AAUW’s work for new members of Congress and for AAUW members to use at conventions and annual meetings. Read more »

Washington Update (December 19, 2014)

Inside: A Sneak Peek at the 114th Congress Read more »

  |     |   December 19, 2014

Fact Sheet: For Women and Girls, the Common Core Is a Step Toward Greater Equity

AAUW and the Center for American Progress have released a new fact sheet that explores the positive effect the Common Core State Standards can have on gender equity in education. […] Read more »

Washington Update (August 15, 2014)

The conversations you have with your elected officials this month will travel back with them to Washington, D.C., and influence the actions they take – or don’t take – for the rest of the 113th Congress. Read more »

  |     |   August 15, 2014

Washington Update (June 27, 2014)

The first time I really negotiated my salary was when I left my law practice to work for a member of Congress. I’d been my own boss for several years, […] Read more »

  |     |   June 27, 2014

Washington Update (June 20, 2014)

Every June, AAUW celebrates the tremendous progress that has been made in gender equality in education since Title IX became law on June 23, 1972. We also use the opportunity […] Read more »

  |     |   June 20, 2014

Washington Update (May 30, 2014)

Earlier this week, AAUW was invited to the Fourth White House Science Fair. The event brought together young award-winning scientists from around the country. Among the many extraordinary exhibits, I […] Read more »

  |     |   May 30, 2014

Washington Update (May 9, 2014)

I’m celebrating my ninth Mother’s Day on Sunday as the mother of a smart, funny, precocious daughter. My fondest memory of my job is taking my daughter, Alexandria, to a […] Read more »

  |     |   May 09, 2014