Hannah Moulton Belec

Hannah Moulton Belec

Hannah studied journalism at George Mason University and women’s studies at George Washington University and lives with her family in her hometown, Tempe, Arizona.
 

Work by Hannah Moulton Belec

Anita Hill, J.D., testifying before the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee on October 14, 1991. Getty Images.

How We as AAUW Can Fight Sexual Harassment

The year 2017 saw a dizzying number of powerful men in Hollywood, journalism, politics, medicine, and more accused of sexual misconduct. In the wake of the ongoing cultural reckoning with sexual harassment, where can AAUW exert an impact? Read more »

Blog   |   Economic Justice   |   March 15, 2018
Infographic concerning AAUW'S strategic planning process asking where are we now? where do we want to be? how will we get there?

Strategic Plan: Focus, Relevance, Impact

The strategic planning process will enable us not only to focus on what equity means, but on how we can be successful in attaining it — on how we can be successful in breaking down barriers. Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   4 Comments   |   December 05, 2017

Archive: AAUW Outlook

Enjoy reading past issues of AAUW Outlook. Read more »

Resource   |   November 17, 2016
The 2014–15 Student Advisory Council taking a break during the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders (NCCWSL) to take a fun photo.

Getting Real about Empowering Women and Girls

There’s a lot of lip service given to women’s empowerment lately, but some organizations are the real deal. AAUW’s programs work to break through anything that stands in the way of women’s and girls’ opportunities. Read more »

Article   |   Community   |   May 23, 2016
An Asian woman in a gown posing in front of a grand piano

Settling the Score for Women in Music

Across genres and throughout the history of Western music, women have struggled to break in, to be recognized, and to transcend the objectification that seems inevitable when women are onstage. Let’s acknowledge the exceptional women of music history and foster the girls who are just learning to play their first scales. Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   May 20, 2016
A woman holds up some sort of robot that’s connected to a computer.

Princess or Geek: What Attracts Women to Science?

Marketing aimed at recruiting girls into STEM tends to fall into one of two distinct categories: Let’s call them geek pride and sparkle science. Read more »

Blog   |   Career and Workplace   |   1 Comments   |   November 09, 2015

Being a Top Earner Didn’t Stop This Woman from Being Forced out of Finance

The Fortune 500 company Jane worked for had paid her a small fraction of what it paid her male colleagues, justifying it partially because she might get pregnant. Read more »

Blog   |   Advocacy   |   October 30, 2015
A poster from the 2014-15 CAP project at Pacific Lutheran University

11 Projects That Will Inspire You to Fight Gender Stereotypes

Read what 11 teams of young people did to fight sexism and racism on campus. I dare you to walk away uninspired! Read more »

Blog   |   Campus   |   1 Comments   |   July 07, 2015
A poster of an Asian American student that says, “I am constantly evolving.”

This Is What Happens When Women of Color Redefine the Racism and Sexism They Face

Terrorist. Bad driver. Pretty for a dark-skinned girl. Asian fetish. Blackish. Ratchet. China doll. Illegal. With advocacy projects, these college women called out the racist and sexist labels students face on a daily basis. Read more »

Blog   |   Campus   |   3 Comments   |   June 16, 2015