Shana Sabbath

Shana Sabbath

Shana Sabbath, a senior program officer for the Fellowships and Grants Department, manages American Fellowships, International Fellowships, and International Project Grants. Before joining AAUW, Shana worked on community leadership programs with the Maryland School of Public Policy and the Annie E. Casey Foundation and conducted electoral and policy work with NARAL Pro-Choice America. She holds a master’s of public management degree from the Maryland School of Public Policy. Shana, a native of Las Vegas, enjoys cooking, practicing her Spanish, and camping with her family.
 

Work by Shana Sabbath

2016-17 Career Development Grantee Ishah Dominguez

Advancing Their Education, Serving Their Communities: AAUW 2016–17 Fellows and Grantees

AAUW’s fellowships and grants have provided more than $100 million to more than 12,000 women and projects from 140 countries since 1888. For the 2016–17 academic year alone, more than 230 women and community projects serving women and girls will receive $3.7 million. Read more »

Sukey Blanc assists 21st Century Community Learning Center staff with data collection.

How to Write Grant Proposals: 8 Tips from an Expert

We got the inside scoop on how to write effective grant proposals from a pro, AAUW alumna Sukey Blanc. Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   2 Comments   |   September 10, 2014

How to Invite a Fellow or Grantee to Your Branch

Have you thought about connecting with fellowship and grant recipients in your area? Recipients make great speakers at branch programs, and they’re often looking for ways to engage with AAUW locally. Read more »

Resource   |   July 25, 2014
Program participants hold an AAUW banner that reads “AAUW Widows Education and Access to Legal/Human Rights in Cameroon.”

3 Women-Led Projects Making Major Social Impact

On International Women’s Day, organizations around the world celebrate women’s equality successes and issues. But for 365 days of the year, AAUW’s International Project Grantees are advancing women’s equality by […] Read more »

International Project Grants Application

These grants support community-based projects that build on the fellows’ academic work and are designed to improve the social advancement and economic empowerment of women and girls in the fellows’ home countries. Read more »

Resource   |   January 31, 2014