Danielle Bilotta

Danielle Bilotta

 

Work by Danielle Bilotta

AAUW staff gather in front of the national building holding signs to thanks AAUW members and supports for their contributions to the organization

Membership Appreciation Week Facebook Live Celebration

In honor of Member Appreciation Week (November 13–17, 2017), please join us for a Facebook Live event to celebrate and thank our members. Read more »

Event   |   Community   |   November 03, 2017
Hispanic women and Latinas are paid 54 cents for every dollar paid to white men in the United States.

Take Action to Close the Gender Pay Gap on Latinas’ Equal Pay Day

Thursday, November 2, marks Latinas’ Equal Pay Day, the symbolic day when Hispanic and Latina women’s earnings “catch up” to non-Hispanic white men’s earnings from the previous year. Latinas are paid 54 percent of what non-Hispanic white men are paid. Read more »

Event   |   Advocacy   |   September 28, 2017
National Student Advisory Council (SAC) member speaks during the 2017 AAUW Annual Meeting and Town Hall.

Fall AAUW Collaborative Membership Discussion Webinar

Membership is everyone’s concern. The AAUW Membership Committee is committed to engaging member leaders in quarterly conversations regarding recruitment, engagement, and retention. Read more »

Event   |   Community   |   September 06, 2017
I am worth more.

Latinas Deserve More than 54 Cents to the Dollar! Join the #LatinaEqualPay Day Twitter Storm

Help AAUW mark #LatinaEqualPay Day by joining our November 1 Twitter storm where we’ll explain the gender pay gap, suggest solutions for it, and — with your help — agitate for change. Read more »

Event   |   Economic Security   |   October 07, 2016

Soldier Girls: The Battles of Three Women at Home Book Discussion

Join AAUW for an online book discussion on July 28. We’ll talk with Helen Thorpe, author of Soldier Girls: The Battles of Three Women at Home and at War. About the book: Many U.S. soldiers sent overseas since 2001 have been women. Surrounded and far outnumbered by men, women soldiers have a decidedly different experience of war. Thorpe follows the lives of three women over 12 years on their paths to the military, overseas to combat, and back home. Read more »

Event   |   Community   |   April 18, 2016