Shannon Wolfe

Shannon Wolfe

Managing Director & Chief of Staff

Shannon Wolfe is the managing director and chief of staff for AAUW. Prior to joining AAUW in December 2017, Wolfe spent 11 years at the Brookings Institution in a variety of operational and fundraising roles, including most recently as the senior director of advancement services. Over the course of a 20-year career in nonprofit organizations, Wolfe has served as the assistant director of special projects and research at the Georgetown University Law Center and has held positions at Harvard Medical School and the American Red Cross. Wolfe holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and government from Colby College and a master’s degree in government from the University of Virginia.

Work by Shannon Wolfe

2019 AAUW National Election Results

We had a great turnout for the 2019 National election with over 8 percent of eligible members participating in the vote, more than the 5 percent required by our bylaws. Thank you for making your voice matter! Read more »

Resource   |   May 15, 2019
Three AAUW staff members surrounded by papers around and a cup of coffee meet in a conference room to discuss organizational issues.

Modernizing AAUW

The goal of modernizing AAUW so it can thrive in the 21st century is central to our new strategic plan. To that end, we making some operational changes to the ways we are working at our D.C. headquarters. Read more »

Article   |   December 20, 2018

AAUW National Election

The 2019 AAUW National Election period has begun. Apply for election to the AAUW national board of directors and learn other key dates this year. Read more »

Resource   |   November 01, 2018

AAUW Governance Question Forum

Have questions about AAUW’s governance structure? This forum is designed to encourage open dialogue between the members and governance committee. Read more »

Resource   |   August 15, 2018
Logo treatment 2018 AAUW National Bylaws Amendment Vote

2018 AAUW National Election Results

Over 19 percent of eligible AAUW members participated in the 2018 National Bylaws Amendment Vote, more than three times the 5 percent required by our bylaws. Read more »

Resource   |   June 12, 2018