AAUW Capitol Hill Branch
Family Planning in Cote D’Ivoire aka Ivory Coast
Meeting October 17, 2017
5:30-7:00 at the AAUW Headquarters
1310 L St. NW, Suite 1000
Washington, DC 20005
202.785.7700

Dear Branch Members and Friends,

We have a special presentation at our meeting. One of our members, Sarah Weilant. She is a policy analyst at the RAND Corporation with a multidisciplinary background focused on international and domestic policy analysis, health, environment, resilience, and national security issues.

Sarah Weilant will lead a discussion about the status of family planning in Côte D’Ivoire and to consider how it relates to our own state of family planning in the U.S. Sarah has a multidisciplinary background in development and public policy domestically and abroad. This discussion stems from her recent fieldwork in Côte D’Ivoire in June 2017.

Please let me know by October 16th.
See you soon.

Respectfully,
Wendy Margolis
President
wendymargolis@verizon.net


Follow Up to Women’s March: Events

As a follow up to the Women’s March held on January 21, 2017, below are a list of events to keep the conversation / movement going:  

Follow Up to Women’s March: Resources

As a follow up to the Women’s March held on January 21, 2017, below are a list of resources to keep the conversation / movement going: 

Closing the Gender Wage Gap: Start Smart and Work Smart

AAUW Salary Negotiation Workshops for Women
Tuesday, March 8, 2016, 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM

American Association of University Women
1111 16th St NW, 7th Floor, Board Room /Washington, DC 20036
Phone: 202-785-7700
Nearest Metro: Farragut North (Red Line), McPherson Square (Orange/Blue Lines)

The gender wage gap in the United States is real. Over the course of her career the typical American woman working full time will lose $431,000 in wages. By White House estimates, that money is enough to buy a house, put two kids through a public college, purchase 21,000 gallons of gas, or feed a family of four for 6.4 years. Women working full time earn at least 21% less than white men. AAUW is fighting the wage gap with its Smart Start and Work Smart workshops. This two-hour event explains how AAUW teaches women who are starting out or are already working to negotiate for what they are worth and how you or your organization can pave the way to pay equity.

Register by March 7, 2016 at Eventbrite. The fee is $5.00.

For more information, contact capitolhillaauw@yahoo.com