Welcome to the Austin Branch of AAUW

The Austin Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) was organized by 15 women in 1923, at the Driskill Hotel, with many contributions and accomplishments made by branch members and continuing since, as recorded in our HERstory under ABOUT US.

Save the Date:  Sunday, August 4, 2024 2-4 pm

AAUW Austin Branch Summer Social

Balcones Country Club

8600 Balcones Club Dr, Austin, TX 78750

Watch for your EVITE Invitation

AAUW Austin Centennial Celebration

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AAUW Austin Branch – 2024-2025 Programs Schedules 

Please consult the Newsletter and Evite for more details.  RSVPs are required for attendance for 7 days in advance.  Please specify Lunch or Coffee. Networking begins at 10:00 am and the Program begins at 10:30 am.  All events will be at the Balcones Country Club, 8600 Balcones Club Dr, Austin, TX 78750

August 4      Summer Social

Sept 14         Holly Wissmann                    BREAKTHROUGH

Oct 12           Cathy McHorse                     AFFORDABLE CHILDCARE

Nov 13          Rebecca Powers                    Impact Austin/G3

Dec               Winter Social

Jan 8             Dr. Sharon Wilcox                Endangered Species/Jaguar

Feb 8            Martha Wofford                    Billie Jean King/Title IX

Mar 12         Planned Parenthood           Women’s Healthcare

April 12       Linda Quintanilla                 Author – Warriors for Justice

May 10        UT Fellows                              Three presentations


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Strategic Plan Report 2022-2023

2020-2021 Strategic Plan & Goals


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