Paige Robnett

Paige Robnett

College/University Relations Manager

Paige Robnett is former Manager, AAUW Campus Initiatives. She has a bachelor’s degree in communication and women’s studies from Denison University and is currently pursuing her master’s degree in public administration at the George Washington University. She organized strategy for recruiting and engaging college/university members and also managed the National Student Advisory Council, Campus Action Project grants, and AAUW student organizations. Paige has experience in strategic program management, communications, and event coordination. She loves promoting feminist issues and her passion for community outreach, student engagement, and women's leadership development drives her work at AAUW. In her free time she enjoys playing pickup basketball and exploring Washington, D.C., on her bike.
 

Work by Paige Robnett

AAUW Student Organization Leader Tool Kit

AAUW’s Tool Kit for Student Organization leaders has everything your student organization needs to take action on feminist issues, recruit members, and engage your supporters throughout the year. Read more »

Resource   |   May 08, 2016
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How to Recruit Members for Your AAUW Student Organization

Ready to grow your AAUW student organization’s membership? Set your group up for success by using these helpful tips to advance your recruitment skills. Read more »

Resource   |   May 03, 2016
Students, faculty, and staff at the University of South Florida work on AAUW projects.

Campus Faculty and Staff Tool Kit

College/university faculty and staff members have access to a variety of roles and opportunities within AAUW. Use these resources to help further your engagement with AAUW and shine as a leader on your campus. Read more »

Resource   |   April 25, 2016
Paige Robnett, senior program associate of AAUW Campus Leadership Programs, in a team photo with her college basketball team.

How Women and Girls Are Marching Toward Equity in Sports

In the U.S., girls have 1.3 million fewer opportunities to play high school sports than boys have and are offered only 43 percent of the opportunities to play sports in college. Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   1 Comments   |   March 16, 2016
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Campus Teams Busting Biases about Women in STEM

This year, 10 student groups are pumped up about tackling the underrepresentation of women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields. Read more »

Blog   |   Campus   |   February 08, 2016

Plan Your Year with AAUW’s Events Calendar

When it comes to planning activism and awareness events, a good calendar can be your best friend. That’s why we’ve pulled together this list of important holidays, events, and AAUW program deadlines happening year-round. Read more »

Resource   |   January 15, 2016
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Print It, Share It: AAUW’s New $10 Bills for Equal Pay

AAUW’s reimagined $10 bills illustrate what the bill would like if we were honest about the gender pay gap. Help us call on Americans to join the fight for fair pay by sharing our reimagined $10 bills at your next gathering. Read more »

Resource   |   December 10, 2015

Transitioning Your Student Org to New Leadership

You invested a lot of time at college leading an AAUW student organization. Have you thought about who will carry on your work? Read more »

Resource   |   December 04, 2015
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AAUW Student Activists Are Challenging the Status Quo

These student superstars are taking on big campus issues, from sexual assault to underrepresentation in STEM. Read more »

Blog   |   Campus   |   November 20, 2015
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Your New #SquadGoals: 10 Fierce Feminists

These multilingual, multifaceted ladies are our future physicians, policy makers, community organizers, and leaders in business — in other words, the feminist #SquadGoals you’ve been dreaming of. Read more »

Blog   |   Campus   |   2 Comments   |   October 12, 2015