2014 AAUW Annual Report
AAUW’s programs, advocacy, research, and fellowships are building a better future for women and girls. Read this year’s annual report to hear from people all over the country, whose lives and careers have been changed by the opportunities they found through AAUW.
Fostering the Next Generation of Women Leaders
When Jo Harberson settled in California, she wasn’t looking for a “ladies’ club.” She wanted to do advocacy that meant something. Find out what inspires this AAUW heroine, nearly 40 years later.
Bridging the Science Gap
Retired chemist Karin Marge Ostrom and AAUW of Florida brought the National Tech Trek Pilot Program to their community for a second year. And ninth-grade girls in the Sunshine State are now inspired and prepared to pursue science, technology, engineering, and math.
Elect Her Alums Take Office
Elect Her–Campus Women Win trains college women to run for student government because they’ll be more likely to run for public office. The results are in: Alumnae in Washington, D.C., and Connecticut are already taking their seats in local government.
Lasting Lessons from Convention
The AAUW National Convention is an invaluable incubator for your ideas. Just ask the AAUW Ashland (KY) Branch members who came up with the idea for a space camp at the 2011 convention.
Also in the Annual Report
- The Younger Women’s Task Force adds three chapters and works on voter education, human trafficking issues, and more.
- The AAUW Riverside (CA) Branch makes a comeback after almost shutting down. Find out their formula for recruitment and engagement.
- Accomplishments in empowering women in 2014
- Honor roll of donors, Legacy Circle list, Legacy Estates list, institutional giving, top states and branches, and sponsorships list
- AAUW Board of Directors and staff leadership list