On March 27-28, 1925, there assembled in Williamsburg, Virginia, a group of Virginia women, called together as delegates from the already existing local branches of the American Association of University Women, with the intent to form a Virginia State Division of the organization. At the morning session on the 28th the motion was made and passed to form a state organization. When the meeting adjourned that afternoon, the Virginia Division of AAUW was a reality. Find out more about AAUW of Virginia and its history!
AAUW makes connections — people and ideas, passion and intelligence, creativity and commitment. A nationwide community of nearly 100,000 individuals dedicated to breaking through educational and economic barriers for women and girls, AAUW brings thoughtful people together to create change. Whether through local initiatives, the national convention, or by following the latest online, AAUW provides myriad options for connecting wherever you are, whenever you want. Visit AAUW National to learn more about the ways to learn, act, and connect with AAUW.
Below is the link to the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion page on the state website: