Greetings Members! Is it spring yet?! We will kick off our new year of programs with a wonderful speaker from Guardian Ad Litem, Tamara Todd. Tamara is a volunteer with Guardian Ad Litem and will tell us all about this worthwhile organization. Look below for meeting location details. Looking forward to seeing you there! –…
The information on NC branches’ size as of February 1 for 2009 to 2012.
AAUW NC will vote on a resolution expressing its opposition to the amendment that will be on the NC primary ballot in May.
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We know that there are many AAUW issues at stake in the 2012 elections. AAUW at the national level is taking the lead in get out the vote efforts — with HERVotes and the new AAUW Action Fund campaign. AAUW NC is also participating in a state-wide coalition and a networking event in Raleigh to help advance the message of the importance of women’s votes.
Elected Officers Under the agreement to suspend the bylaws that was approved at the 2011 AAUW NC annual meeting, the organization has been working with four elected positions. More than one person may fill each role. Collectively, these officers form the state Executive Committee. President Represent AAUW NC and serve as spokesperson on issues and…
Schedule of events for the March 30/31 annual meeting in Burlington.
Read the report by AAUW Salisbury member Holly Czuba about the event: Human Trafficking : Modern Day Slavery