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AAUW DAYTONA BEACH Annual Meeting

May 11

The Purpose of the meeting will be to determine the future of the branch and disburse funds.

AAUW Florida Annual Meeting

May 16 at 6:00 pm

Registration

Everyone will need to complete a pre-registration form in order to receive                 

a personalized zoom link to the meeting.

Here is the link to the zoom pre-registration form:

https://orgsupport.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwpd-mqqDojGNda6Zlkb6EUFXPRe9d3PMGs

OR

Scan the QR Code to access the registration form:

6:pm

Book Group

Monday, May 13

City Island Public Library

10:30 am

May 13: “Trackers” by Charles Frazier.  A stunning new novel by the author of the best seller Cold Mountain. Hurtling past a downtrodden communities of Depression-Era America, painter Val Welch travels westward to the rural town of Dawes, Wyoming. He’s landed a New Deal assignment to create a mural for the town, intrigue follows.

 

AAUW Florida Public Policy Issues Forums

Wouldn’t you like more in-depth information on the important issues facing Florida from a nonpartisan but equity-focused viewpoint? Would you like to be able to ask your own questions of experts regarding these issues? Then be sure to attend as many AAUW Florida Issue Forums this year as you can. All sessions will start at 6:00 PM and last for an hour. The series is open to AAUW members and guests.

TITLE DATE SPEAKERS RSVP
Reproductive Rights

 

 

Sept. 14, 2023 Moné Holder, Florida Rising Click here to register for this session
Title IX and Dress Codes in Schools

 

Oct. 5, 2023 Nancy Tray, Change the Dress Code Movement, St Johns County Click here to register for this session
Gender Studies and DEI Initiatives at Colleges

 

Nov. 2 2023 Dr. Elizabeth Brown, Past President of the United Faculty of Florida, University of North Florida Click here to register for this session
Florida 2024 Legislative Preview

 

Nov.16, 2023 Dr. Pat DeWitt, AAUW Co-Public Policy Director and Public Policy Committee Members Click here to register for this session
Public Education and Book Bans Jan. 11, 2024 Dr. Marvin Dunn, Professor Emeritus at Florida International University and Miami Center for Racial Justice Click here to register for this session

 

Gender Pay Gap and Economic Security March 7, 2024 Dr. Mary Gatta, AAUW FL Co- Public Policy Director and Director of Research and Public Policy, National Association of Colleges and Employers Click here to register for this session
Voting Rights April 18, 2024 Debbie Chandler, Co-President, League of Women’s Voters. Florida Click here to register for this session

You will need to RSVP for each session individually.  Once you RSVP you will receive a Zoom link for the session.  If you have any questions, contact Mary Gatta, Co-Public Policy Director, AAUW Florida at gatta.mary@gmail.com

 

While the gender pay gap has traditionally been calculated with data from full-time workers, this year it used the earnings ratio of all workers—including seasonal and part-time—to capture a more accurate picture.

See our newly updated Simple Truth report: bit.ly/3iZGlT8

As part of our mission to empower women and advance gender equity, AAUW is proud to offer our FREE salary negotiation course, Work Smart Online – available to anyone at any time.

Get started now, and go get your raise! —> https://bit.ly/3UKAgqQ

Celebrate 140 Years of AAUW!  Click Here


 The Daytona Beach branch of AAUW –

  • Supports scholarships for Women in Transition and STEM at Daytona State College
  • Sponsors rising 8th Grade girls to attend Tech Trek Florida
  • Provides opportunities for college women to attend the National Conference of College Student Leaders.
  • Started the first Children’s Museum in Daytona Beach in 1949
  • Inventoried and archived the contents of the Mary McLeod Bethune Home Museum so it could achieve national museum status
  • Encouraged the building of City Island Library

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AAUW advances gender equity for women and girls through

research, education and advocacy.

 

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