Hannah Seligman helps create new resources to help branch leaders in their recruitment, retention, and engagement efforts; writes content for the monthly membership newsletter, Membership Matters; and oversees the ¡Adelante! Book of the Month Club program.
Hannah also works with AAUW’s Younger Women’s Task Force, helping grow and develop new and current chapters and drafting content for Out in Force, the YWTF newsletter. Hannah graduated cum laude from New York University, where she majored in political science and double minored in gender and sexuality studies and history. In her free time, she enjoys museums, watching TV, cooking, and devouring any fiction or nonfiction book about Tudor history she can get her hands on.
Work by hannahseligman
Joining a new group can be awkward if you don’t know anyone. Creating a new member buddy program for your AAUW community is one way to eliminate some of that awkwardness. Read more »
Submit your 2017–2018 book recommendations for the ¡Adelante! Book of the Month Club. Submissions are due by April 30, 2017. Read more »
Member anniversary pins are lapel pins designed to celebrate members who reach milestones of AAUW membership or who have purchased a lifetime membership. Read more »
AAUW is proud to offer member recruiter lapel pins to individuals who serve as recruiters and share the value of AAUW membership with others. Read more »
Book clubs are a fun, social way to open a dialogue on women, diversity, and change. Many AAUW members share a love of reading, and that love, partnered with a desire to seek out books written from diverse perspectives, launched a component of AAUW’s diversity outreach program in 1996 — AAUW’s ¡Adelante! Book of the Month Club. Read more »
A welcoming branch is critical for retaining members. Here are some steps to create a welcome program for new members. Read more »
Looking for ways to talk about solutions to sexual assault, girls’ education, or other feminist issues? Use this Program in a Box to start a meaningful dialogue on women, diversity, and change. Read more »