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WOA-LogoDo you know a woman currently or formerly a who has distinguished herself as an outstanding member of individual excellence and high levels of achievement? Abilene Branch AAUW is accepting nominations for 2015 Women of Outstanding Achievement Awards. Nominees shall include women who

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  • have inspired women and girls desiring to achieve their potential and overcome barriers they face;
  • are persons of influence and integrity who have made significant contributions to their community and
  • have excelled in their chosen occupational field or field of Community Service.

Nomination deadline is on or before January 19, 2015.

Guidelines and nomination forms may be obtained by
downloading the 2015 Nomination Packet here;
e-mailing abileneaauw@gmail.com; or calling Event Chair Nancy Henderson (325) 572-3323.

Women of Outstanding Achievement / Women of Promise & Courage
Monday, April 13, 2015
Abilene Country Club


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On December 2, 1932, thirty-two women led by Mrs. Dallas Scarborough met to organize a unit of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) in Abilene, Texas. Throughout its 80 years, Abilene AAUW has advocated, provided educational opportunities and scholarships, made significant contributions to the Abilene community culture and supported equity for women and girls.

 

 

AAUW 130 Year Legacy: AAUW, representing more than 170,000 members and supporters across the United States, as well as 1,000 local branches and 800 college and university partners, is the nation’s leading advocate for education and equity for women and girls.

All meetings of the Abilene Branch are Shape the Future meetings

Members are encouraged to bring guests and prospective members to all of our Branch events. New members to AAUW receive a 50% discount on National Dues.