Rachel Wallace

As the strategic communications associate, Rachel Wallace is behind AAUW’s lively online content. The Pennsylvania native and George Washington University grad also runs AAUW’s main Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr accounts.
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Mentoring Matters: A Response from Our Readers

Mentoring can change your life. At least that’s the word from our readers, who shared with us their thoughts and experiences with mentoring as part of National Mentoring Month. Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   January 31, 2014
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5 Tips on How to Be a Good Mentor

There’s no doubt that mentoring is a powerful way to give back. But what if you are unsure about what to do as a mentor? We sat down with executive coach and leadership development educator Nancy Lamberton of the Nebo Company for tips on being a good mentor. Read more »

Blog   |   Career and Workplace   |   January 17, 2014
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Let’s Talk about Mentorship

We hear all the time about how important mentoring is to women. But how does mentoring really affect our personal and professional lives? Well, don’t look at us — we’re asking you! Read more »

Blog   |   Career and Workplace   |   3 Comments   |   January 10, 2014
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Hour of Code Success Calls for a High Five

This year AAUW celebrated Computer Science Education Week and the Hour of Code for the first time. But thanks to amazing work by our members and supporters, you would think we’ve been doing this for much longer. Here’s what we accomplished together Read more »

Article   |   Education   |   December 18, 2013
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How a Woman Became the CEO of General Motors in 3 (Not-So-Easy) Steps

This week, General Motors named Mary Barra as its first female CEO. Only 13 percent of engineers today are women — so how exactly did Barra get to the top job? Read more »

Blog   |   Career and Workplace   |   1 Comments   |   December 12, 2013
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Is AAUW Older Than You Are? Yes, and a Lot of Other Things, Too.

When you’ve been around for a while — 132 years, to be exact — you find that longevity has its perks. You get to brag about all the amazing people […] Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   November 29, 2013
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6 Ways to Change the World During the Giving Season

People around the world are taking action on the Tuesday after turkey day, also known as Giving Tuesday, to give back to their communities and build a better world. And we know that the best way to do that is to empower women — something we’ve been doing since 1881. Read more »

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Changing the Face of Computer Science, One Hour at a Time

In our 2010 report on the alarmingly low number of women in STEM fields, we recommended encouraging girls to take computer science classes. Now we’re taking that recommendation to the next level by asking you to participate in the Hour of Code, a one-hour introduction to computer science. Read more »

Article   |   Education   |   November 15, 2013
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4 Powerhouses Give Women Leadership Advice

Every Sunday, the “New York Times” publishes an interview for the Corner Office column in its business section. Both women and men from all sorts of backgrounds have been interviewed, but until this month, Bryant had never asked women gender-related questions. Here are some of our favorite excerpts. Read more »

Blog   |   Leadership   |   1 Comments   |   October 18, 2013
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3 Ways You Can Recruit E-Student Affiliates

Whether you’re an AAUW member who lives near campus, a professor teaching a class related to AAUW issues, or a director in the student life office, you have the opportunity to tell students how they can connect with our community, on and off campus. Read more »