Pamela Yuen

Pamela Yuen

Senior Government Relations Coordinator

Pam works with coalition associates, key stakeholders, and AAUW members and supporters to advance AAUW’s public policy platform on Capitol Hill and within the presidential administration. Her legislative responsibilities cover a range of civil rights and education issues including nontraditional occupations for women; science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education; private school tax credits; and voting rights. She also manages the AAUW Action Fund Capitol Hill Lobby Corps, organizing local AAUW members and students who speak out on Capitol Hill on a weekly basis concerning issues that affect women and girls.

Pam holds a dual master’s degree in strategic public relations and campaign strategy from the George Washington University Graduate School of Political Management and a bachelor’s degree in political science and women and gender studies from Douglass College, Rutgers University.

Press contact: Amy Becker, beckera@aauw.org, 202.785.7756
 

Work by Pamela Yuen

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Three-Fourths of Schools Report Zero Incidents of Sexual Harassment in Grades 7-12

AAUW and other organizations have long been skeptical of schools’ low reporting rates when it comes to sexual harassment and bullying. Read more »

Article   |   Education   |   October 24, 2017

Quick Facts on STEM Education

AAUW supports promoting and strengthening science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education, especially for girls and other underrepresented populations. In this downloadable, two-page document, AAUW explains how public policies to […] Read more »

Resource   |   September 27, 2013
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AAUW Takes STEM Work to the Hill

If you’re familiar with our research, educational funding, or programs like Tech Trek and Tech Savvy, you have probably noticed that we are continually finding new avenues to educate girls and encourage them to get involved in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Read more »

Article   |   Education   |   July 19, 2013