AAUW (American Association of University Women) advances gender equity for women and girls through research, education, and advocacy.
AAUW Empowers Women Every Day!
Thank you to the following donors!
Sally Adrian, Karen Berner, Barbara Bilardello, Mary Ann Bobosky, Mary Anne Buckman,
Kath Camasto, Elizabeth Carroll, Miller Chow, Mary Donohue, Lee Eastman,
Debbie Fertel, Mel & Carolyn Finzer, Elaine Fisher, Lynn Franger, Peggy Frank,
Shoshana Frank, Lynne Friedlander, Becky Glimco,
Claudia Hackney, Mary Hammer, Estela Hammond, Michael Hollman,
Sherry Johnson, Dagmar Kauffman, David Kelsch, Sue King,
Kathy Letkewicz, Patricia Lichtman, Mary Lou Lipscomb,
Neeta Mathur, Maria Manhart, Marge Marek, Shelley Menendez, Mary Ellen Middleton,
Linda Nisonoff, Joan Nuzbach, Candice Peel, Michelle Prentice-Leslie, Chris Roberg,
Ajit Sathaye, Tuki Sathaye, Adell Sauper, Joan Schaeffer, Sara Schneck,
Rebecca Simon, Nancy Steinberger, Jan Summers, Anne Swanson,
Betty Thill, Anne Topp, Jay Topp, Jon Topp, Sue Topp, J. Trier,
Debbie Vanderbilt, Barbara Vernon, Bill Vernon, Julie Will, Carrie Wujek,
Lorraine Yuccas, Donna Yule.
Take our free online AAUW Work Smart course to improve your salary negotiation skills! Other ways AAUW empowers women and girls:
Provide fellowships and scholarships
Sponsor National Leadership Conference attendees
Offer Work Smart online course on negotiating skills
Provide monthly informative programs open to the public
Inform public of issues impacting women and girls
Sponsor Tech Savvy event for girls to explore STEM careers
Support plaintiffs in discrimination cases
Conduct research on equity, leadership gender gap and other issues affecting women
Consider membership in AAUW!
Join us for education, community programs, legislative advocacy, research and scholarships for women. We welcome new members to join our branch.
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Research Report: Barriers & Bias: The Status of Women in Leadership
- Examine your own biases — and be an ally, mentor and sponsor for women.
- If you’re a woman, seek out skill-building opportunities and leadership training. Learn to negotiate for salary and benefits with AAUW Work Smart.
The adoption of this US Constitutional amendment is designed to guarantee equal rights for all citizens regardless of sex; it seeks to end the legal distinctions between men and women in terms of divorce, property, employment, and other matters.
Tech Savvy Program for middle school girls
Girls chose from 12 hands-on science, technology, engineering or math activities such as robotics, DNA, apps, electric circuitry, architecture or astronomy as well as personal savvy skills workshops in the afternoon.
The Naperville AAUW branch is co-sponsoring this program and assisting as volunteers in coordinating the participants and supporting workshop presenters.