Advancing Equity for Women and Girls. . .


Turning Advocacy Into Action

February 17
Peace Lutheran Church, Grass Valley

9:30 Mixer     10:00 General Meeting      10:15 Presentation

Do you want to take ACTION to support opportunities for women? Come to our February Meeting and learn how to write an effective e-mail message/letter to our Congressional Representative and Senators to support legislation that AAUW strongly promotes for Title 9 compliance. After the meeting you will know how to use your newfound skills for continued advocacy to make a difference.

Our own Programs Co-VP, Carolyn Feuille, and Lisa Schliff, former AAUW Nevada County Branch member, will teach us a powerful model of citizen advocacy they have practiced for many years with the non-partisan organization RESULTS.

Carolyn Feuille, M.A., M.S., is a leadership coach and training consultant, specializing in leadership development for expatriates in global roles and career coaching. She has been active as a citizen advocate for ending global poverty and child health for over 15 years and has learned first-hand how powerful a concerted group of “ordinary” citizens can be in influencing decision-makers in a democratic society.

Lisa Schliff, M.A., is the group leader of the chapter of RESULTS in Grass Valley, an international political citizens’ advocacy association.


Branch Scrapbook — 2017-18

January Meeting





Get your AAUW T-Shirt!

Janine Martin shows off 60’s style

Sharon O’Hara and friend.

The whole cast…..

Tech Trekkers and a random man helped out.

Yummy snacks

Katherine “Bup” Grreenwood






Welcome Back Brunch –September 2017

Ann Shulse selling tote bag

Andrea Vetter (l), Margaret Munson, and Virginia Horowitz who was President of the Month.

Stephanie Facchini and Karen Smith

Susan Frater and TT parent

Checking into meeting.

Teri Juhl and Fran Erickson who was named the Edi Silverman member of the year.