AAUW’s Mission, Vision and Values
AAUW advances gender equality for women and girls through research, education, and advocacy.
The AAUW vision is equity for all.
AAUW Values: Nonpartisan: Fact-based; Integrity; Inclusion and Intersectionality. A nonpartisan, nonprofit organization, AAUW has more than 170,000 members and supporters across the United States, as well as 1,000 local branches and over 800 college and university partners. Throughout its history, AAUW members have examined and taken positions on the fundamental issues of the day – educational, social, economic, and political. AAUW Greater Naples Branch is one of the most active in the state of Florida, with an engaged membership of over 100 and growing.
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AAUW is training 10 million women to negotiate their financial futures by 2022. How? JOIN THE MOVEMENT. Take the AAUW Work Smart online course to learn the skills needed for salary negotiation. Spread the word to 20 people you know by email or social media. Have them sign up for the free online salary negotiation course. Start the online course … Continue reading
She Deserves a Raise. But She Won’t Ask for It and Blind Auditions: Solving for Bias, Emotion and Other Stuff You Can’t …are but two of ten chapters that provide well researched and practical information from Joanne Lipman, former chief content officer of Gannett publishing company and editor-in chief of its USA Today. Her new book That’s What She Said. … Continue reading
Of the more than 3,000 people who participated in the March for Lives rally and march through downtown Naples on March 24, 2018, 16 were AAUW members and spouses. The purpose of this rally, organized by students, was to demand stronger gun control laws. AAUW also staffed a table in Cambier Park, which was visited by many people who asked … Continue reading
The 21st Annual Greater Naples Charitable Foundation Girls Count STEM Conference, hosted Saturday, February 10, 2018, at Barron Collier High School, was enthusiastically complimented by both the attending fifth grade girls as well as their parents and teachers. Ninety-two of the 113 registered girls attended the conference along with 88 parents, and six registered teachers. Forty of the attending adults … Continue reading