Payal Sindha

Payal Sindha

Senior Program Associate, Leadership and Programs

 

Work by Payal Sindha

Cover of the book Old in Art School: A Memoir of Starting Over

Never Too Late: Nell Painter on Starting a New Career in Her Sixties

After retiring from Princeton University following a celebrated teaching and scholarship career in history, AAUW Coretta Scott King Fellow Nell Irvin Painter did something no one saw coming: she began a second career as an artist. Read more »

Blog   |   Career and Workplace   |   July 17, 2018
black and white photo of four women at the 1955 AAUW national convention

A Lifelong Connection to AAUW

Bani Singh Mahadeva, a 1954–55 AAUW International Fellow, began her relationship with AAUW in 1954. Today, 64 years later, Mahadeva is a Champion and a Legacy Circle member. Read more »

2012–13 AAUW American Fellow Sanjukta Chaudhuri, Ph.D.

These Women Are Tackling the Gender Pay Gap

“The pay gap persists even after adjusting for education, choice of major, hours of work, industry, and occupation of employment.” — 2012–13 AAUW American Fellow and research analyst Sanjukta Chaudhuri, Ph.D. Read more »

From left: AAUW UN Youth Representatives Jordan Davis and Veronica McKinny from Lehigh University at the conference

AAUW’s UN Youth Representative Brings Global Student Voices Together about Clean Water

At a time when teenagers are revolutionizing social media activism, organizing school walkouts, and mobilizing nationwide marches for their right to a safe education, one thing is universally clear: Youth voices are essential to solving the world’s problems. Read more »

Blog   |   Leadership   |   May 03, 2018
Stand Up For Human Rights UN event

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights Turns 70: Why We Should All #StandUp4HumanRights

The year 2018 marks 70 years since the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) was adopted by the United Nations, and today the global rights of women and girls are being proclaimed in marches, social media campaigns, and legislatures. Read more »

Blog   |   Advocacy   |   February 22, 2018