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Photo by 2017-18 AAUW Community Action Grant Project Director Sara Earl.

Outlook: A year of progress and possibilities

Video screenshot of AAUW Board Chair Julia Brown and CEO Kimberly Churches discussing the increase to AAUW membership dues in 2018.

Letter from Our Leaders: Looking Back, Looking Ahead

AAUW’s CEO and Board Chair are proud to be leading an organization committed to achieving gender equity at this pivotal moment in history.

Women attendees at an in-person Work Smart workshop in Washington, D.C. participate in a salary negotiation role-playing exercise.

Work Smart to Train 10 Million in Salary Negotiation by 2022

Negotiating for higher pay can help women chip away at the wage gap. See how Work Smart, now available online, can make that easier.

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Support Our Mission with These Easy New Year’s Resolutions

In the year ahead, AAUW will strive to improve the economic security of all women. Resolve to help in these 10 simple ways.

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Branches Lobby to Advance Equity on State, Local Levels

Learn how AAUW members have been working with elected leaders to push for laws and policies that will help narrow the pay gap.

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Lifelong Member Liz Bathgate Gives Her All to AAUW

For nearly 50 years, Bathgate has been a generous giver in every sense of the word. Meet one of our most esteemed donors.

AAUW Career Development Grantee and fire caption, Carolyn Moore, stands in her gear. Moore is the only African-American woman commissioned officer serving in the the St. Louis Fire Department.

Fellowships and Grants: Advancing Inclusion and Equity

AAUW is providing $3.9 million to 250 outstanding women and nonprofit organizations for 2018–19. Read a few of their personal stories.

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Washington Watch

AAUW remains a trusted and powerful voice in the nation’s capital, advocating for gender equity. Check out what we accomplished in 2018.

The Simple Truth About the Gender Pay Gap Research Cover

Research Reports

Read up on the latest research that allows AAUW help shape the national conversation on the pay gap, economic security, and other key issues.

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Modernizing AAUW

Transforming the organization so it can thrive in the 21st century is central to our strategic plan. Read what’s happening in our D.C. headquarters.

Our Mission Is Bold

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