Public Policy Meeting

Thursday
November                DR. TAMMY DWYER, A WOMAN IN SCIENCE
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PUBLIC POLICY – The last meeting of the year is on Thursday, November 30th, 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm, at the library of St Dunstan’s Episcopal Church, 6556 Park Ridge Boulevard, San Carlos area. Dr Tammy Dwyer, Chair of the Chemistry and Biochemistry Department, USD, will speak to us about her most recent work in DNA research. Join us for a fascinating afternoon.  Charlotte Germundson

November Meeting

The public is invited.

Saturday, November 18                          10 am                             Grossmont Healthcare Center
9001 Wakarusa Street, La Mesa

Honoring Our Scholarship Winners

Eight outstanding women will share how our scholarships have assisted their education. One is from University of California San Diego and seven are from Grossmont Community College. It is a pleasure for our branch to honor these women!

Meet Kim Churches, AAUW CEO, Woman With A Vision

What?
A Listening Tour?
Kim Churches, new AAUW CEO, really listened to learn what we(branch level all across the country) think about AAUW and where the organization should be going.  She is preparing to led AAUW into the future with knowledge, vim, vigor, and vitality! Listening is one of the most important skills that CEOs can have to support communication throughout any organization. Kim is full of passion and energy for what we do and I anticipate an exciting future under her leadership. Shirley Stowers, AAUW LMEC Branch Member

AAUW is excited to announce that Kimberly Churches will be our chief executive officer starting June 1, 2017. Kimberly comes to AAUW from the Brookings Institution, where she strategically guided the public policy organization, providing vision and problem-solving skills, expansive partnerships and external relations, and fundraising as the managing director. Before joining Brookings, Kimberly was an associate vice chancellor at the University of Denver, a director of development at the University of North Florida, and a division director at the American Heart Association. She has extensive experience working collaboratively on education (K–12 and higher education) as well as capacity building among grassroots groups and national and international nonprofits. Churches earned her BA at Florida State University in English Education and the Certified Fund Raising Executive affiliation in 2002.