Greetings from the President
We welcome your interest in AAUW and hope you will consider joining this organization as we strive to continue “breaking through barriers for women and girls.” Through our membership, AAUW speaks with a powerful voice in Missouri and nationally. Throughout the state of Missouri, there are active branches that would welcome you as a member, or, if you cannot find a branch near you, you can become a national member. This website provides information about national, state, and branch activities to keep members and others informed about what is going on with AAUW and to help find ways to promote the mission of AAUW.
To better understand the activity of the state organization, view the 2014 strategic plan. To learn more about individual branches, see our branch locator page.
Diane B. Ludwig, AAUW Missouri President
AAUW Mission: AAUW advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research.
AAUW Value Promise: By joining AAUW, we belong to a community that breaks through educational and economic barriers so that all women and girls have a fair chance.
WHAT YOU CAN DO NOW!
~~Visit the Branches-Forms for branches pages to get applications and information for your branch to apply for grants and awards.
~~Join the state-wide effort to fund the endowment honoring F. Elaine Richardson (Fund #4037). See more information here! You can donate online. Indicate the Education Fund, then “Other fund” then “Grants” and find the F. Elaine Richardson Fund. See how.
~~Get an Advance Flyer for the 2015 AAUWMO Convention in Columbia on Saturday, May 2
~~ June 13-14 were the days for the MIDWEST REGIONAL CONFERENCE 2014 at the Four Seasons Lodge at Lake Ozark, MO. Visit our photo gallery to see a report and pictures.
~~ Last year, AAUW supported the nomination of Virginia Minor, a leader in the struggle for women’s suffrage in Missouri, to the Missouri Hall of Fame. She was selected! The dedication ceremony was held Wednesday, September 10 at the Capitol Building in Jefferson City. Read about the exciting event here!
The AAUWMO spotlight highlights these visionary Legacy Circle Members who are supporting AAUW’s future with a bequest gift from their estate. FIND OUT MORE HERE!
Geraldine Allen (National Member)
Susan B. Barley (Ballwin-Chesterfield and St. Louis Branches)
Patricia H. Braley (Independence Branch)
Mary A. Bruemmer (St. Louis Branch)
Theresa A. Ciccolella (Creve Coeur and Ballwin-Chesterfield Branches)
Jane Crigler (Kansas City Branch)
Nancy Anna Gerber (Ferguson-Florissant Branch)
Jayne A. Kasten (Ballwin-Chesterfield and Creve Coeur Branches)
Diane B. Ludwig (Columbia Branch)
Ardyce Pearson (Kansas City Branch)
Joyce M. Schuetz (Creve Coeur Branch)
A. Patricia Shores (Ballwin-Chesterfield Branch)
Mary Jean Shull (Kirkwood-Webster Groves Branch)
Julia Triplett (Ballwin-Chesterfield Branch)