2013 Convention Announcement
Convention Event Locations
Opening Night Dinner
“The Evening Stars” an all-women jazz band.
L-R: Meghan Swartz (piano), Aurora Nealand (saxophone/clarinet), Belinda Moody (string bass), Amy Sharpe (banjo), and Marla Dixon (trumpet)
L-R: Cindi Branham, Sherry Anderson, and Ellie Lienau
Carol R. Virostek, presenting the newest AAUW Fund, the Carol R. Virostek Campus Leadership Opportunities Fund
State Presidents Dance through the Crowd
AAUW State President, Wanda Foster
Out-going AAUW President, Carolyn H. Garfein, at the Opening Ceremony
Panel for “Equal Pay, 50 Years Later”
L-R: Keith T. Hill (Director, U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, New Orleans Office), Lilly Ledbetter (Author and Activist), Lisa Maatz (AAUW Vice President of Government Relations), and Catherine Hill (AAUW Director of Research)
Lilly Ledbetter and Beverly Watson
L-R: Devon Reynolds and Esther Ngumbi at the workshop, “Empowering Women and Girls: The Key to Global Success.” Esther was awarded the AAUW International Fellowship in 2007-8.
AAUW Logos through the Years
AAUW Alabama Members with Lilly Ledbetter
Lilly Ledbetter and Devon Reynolds
Lilly Ledbetter and Cindi Branham
Tuesday Night Banquet
Cindi Branham and Wanda Foster
Linda T. Alepin, Recipient of the 2013 AAUW Eleanor Roosevelt Award
Olympia Snowe (R-ME). Recipient of the 2013 AAUW Achievement Award
Melissa Harris-Perry, Recipient of the 2013 AAUW Alumnae Recognition Award.
Ms. Harris-Perry was unable to attend. Her mother, Diane, a member of the New Orleans Branch, accepted the award in behalf of her daughter.
Cynthia D’Amour gave her presentation on “How to Get Beyond ‘We’ve Always Done It That Way.'”
Carolyn H. Garfein passing on the AAUW Presidency to Patricia Fae Ho
New AAUW President, Patricia Fae Ho
2013 AAUW President and newly-elected Directors
Announcement that the 2015 AAUW Convention will be in San Diego!