Annual Meeting March 6!
AAUW–Massachusetts includes the state organization and eleven local branches in Massachusetts, working to turn the AAUW mission into reality in our own communities.
state and branch programs
support for the fellowships and research of the Educational Foundation
support for the court cases selected by the Legal Advocacy Fund
action on AAUW Public Policy priorities
- collaborative partnerships with other organizations in achieving common goals
- publication of the state newsletter The BayStater
AAUW-MA facilitates and supports efforts among neighboring branches to work in partnership as they plan community action projects. By sharing resources and focusing on local needs and issues, branch partners are able to translate AAUW’s mission into action at the grassroots level.
As we work to achieve AAUW goals, our members interact with other community organizations and leaders in education, government and business. Many of us strengthen organizational and leadership skills and develop new abilities which enhance our personal and professional lives. Join us!
Please refer to our calendar to find more information about current action projects and collaborative programs.
AAUW of Massachusetts congratulates Patricia Fae Ho on winning the election for President of AAUW. Patricia has worked tirelessly for equity for women and girls. She has served in many AAUW leadership positions, including Chair of the 2006 National Conference of State Leaders in Washington DC, National Program Committee Co-chair, New England Regional Director, AAUW-MA president and North Shore MA branch president. She is chair of the Essex County Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women, past president of Health Quarters and a member of the HAWC Board. She is also a trustee and docent at the Peabody Essex Museum. Professionally, she was director of a Teacher Resource Center and a gifted education/enrichment teacher in New York schools.