Branch meetings are held in the morning on the second Saturday of the month from September through May at the Aurora History Museum, 15051 E. Alameda Parkway, Aurora, Colorado 80012.
Officers 2020 – 2021
|Past President||Joan Brown|
||Bobbie Rubin 2020-2022|
Vice President, Programs
|Mary Jeanne Miller 2021
Carol Tobiassen 2021-2023
|Vice President, Membership||Ruth O’Brien 2020-2022|
|Treasurer||Doris Wojnarowski 2021-2023|
|Secretary||Eve Hoygaard 2020-2022|
|Newsletter Editor||Leslie Jenkins 2021-2023|
|Education Interests||Margee Cannon 2021-2023|
|Interest Groups||Su Ryden 2020-2022|
|Communications||Debra Parcheta & Donna Corriveau 2020-2022|
|Historian||Pam Jones 2020-2022|
|Local Scholarship Chairs||Betty Anne Budy 2020-2022|
|Legal Advocacy Fund|
|Educational Opportunity Fund||Pam Spry 2021-2022|
|Bylaws||Sue Bodis 2021-2022|
Diversity Committee Chair
|Pat Horton & Alice Lee Main 2021-2022
Our interest groups are very active and also meet monthly, although presently they are meeting via ZOOM. The groups include Book discussions, Culture & Cuisine, Hiking, Bridge, Memoirs, Meeting of the Minds, Enneagrams and Great Decisions.
At the national level, we contribute to AAUW’s Greatest Needs Fund and in the past the Eleanor Roosevelt Fund, the Educational Opportunities Fund and the Legal Advocacy Fund.
Locally, we support college scholarships given annually to Aurora residents to complete her/his junior or senior year at a Colorado college or university. We also partner with the Community College of Aurora to sponsor Equal Pay Day, an event that focuses on the issues surrounding equal pay, pay equity, and gender based discrimination.
NerdWallet, a financial literacy site, ranked Aurora, Colorado as the best large city for women to work in the nation. The June 9, 2014 report considered Women’s earnings, Income equality, and Population growth.
Thanks to higher-than-average recent population growth, a low cost of living and a relatively high level of income equality between women and men, Aurora ranks as the best large city for working women. Aerospace, defense, bioscience, renewable energy and transportation are the major industries in our city.
|Ruth Anne Windmiller||1970–72|
|Alice Lee Main||1994–96|
|Terry Campbell Caron