AAUW advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, philanthropy, and research.
We address current Issues affecting women and communities: voter access, pay equity, paid family leave, college affordability, campus sexual harassment and violence, and healthcare access and reproductive rights.
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April Branch Meeting
April 19, 2021
Vice Chief Justice Ann Scott Timmer of the Arizona Supreme Court will speak to the Southeast Valley Branch of AAUW on April 19 at 5:00 PM. One of five women ever to serve on the Arizona Supreme Court, she has distinguished herself throughout her career as an attorney and a judge, winning many prestigious awards including this year’s Woman of the Year from the Arizona Capitol Times.
Justice Timmer received her B.A. from the University of Arizona; her J.D., magna cum laude, from Arizona State; and her Masters in Judicial Studies from Duke University Law School. She practiced commercial law for fifteen years and then served on the Court of Appeals for twelve year, three as Chief Judge, before joining the Supreme Court. She is a strong advocate for women in business and law and the mother of three daughters, each of whom she has raised to follow their own paths; her eldest is an artist, the middle daughter who is deaf and mentally impaired is learning independence from her parents, and her youngest daughter is pursuing a career in film.
Branch meetings are open to the public, and currently are being conducted via Zoom. To register for the free Zoom meeting, please email AAUW.SEV.AZ@gmail.com.
AAUW is dedicated to advancing gender equity through research, education and advocacy. Membership is open to all with an associate or higher degree from an accredited college or university.
Active since 1989, the Southeast Valley Branch of AAUW includes members from Chandler, Gilbert, Tempe, Sun Lakes, Queen Creek and San Tan Valley.
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National Conference for College Women Student Leaders
It’s that time of year again! This year, the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders (NCCWSL) will be held virtually May 25-26, 2021. For more information, including scholarship applications, check out the NCCWSL page.
If you want to take action to improve gender equity, explore aauw.org/act today to find out how you can use your voice, time or resources to create an economically secure world for all. Equal pay for equal work is a principle we can all get behind. Tell your representative we all need equal pay now!
“Real Change, enduring change, happens one step at a time.”
–Ruth Bader Ginsburg
AAUW’s Work Smart Helps
Women Gain Pay Equity Through Negotiation
Work Smart is effective: Nearly all participants report having more confidence and better negotiating skills. After attending a Work Smart program, nearly half are able to negotiate for a raise, promotion, or higher-paying job.
Please share Work Smart Online on social media. And send an email to your friends, family and followers to let them know that one hour of online learning can lead to a lifetime of higher earnings!