summer AAUW (American Association of University Women) is a charitable membership organization with a nationwide network of more than 170,000 members and donors whose mission is to advance equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research.

Our Danville-Alamo-Walnut Creek branch meetings feature speakers discussing current issues, women’s issues, and other timely and interesting topics.  Please learn more about us.

Here are the latest happenings at our branch…

DAW’s Annual Membership Brunch and General Meeting will be held September 19th, 2015 at Roundhill Country Club from 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM.  Say hello to old friends, meet new members, and sign up for one of our new interest groups.  Most importantly, hear an exceptional presentation about human trafficking in the Bay Area from this year’s guest speaker, Ms. Venus Rodriguez.  RSVP by September 10, 2015.  Click here for instructions.
Membership As of June 30th your membership expired.   You may renew and pay online or if you prefer renew by sending a renewal check in the mail.  Won’t you please take a moment and renew your membership by clicking here.

THE ADVOCATE:  (August 15, 2015) The latest edition of our newsletter, The Advocate is now available.  Click here to read and to print.  


In this issue, read about:

  • Details about our Annual Membership Brunch and General Meeting.
  • Update on Neighborhood Groups and Appreciation Party.
  • AAUW National Convention update.
  • Update and pictures of our Annual Installation and Awards Ceremony.
  • Great pictures of our  first Annual Member Appreciation Party.
  • and much more.

The following is our current 2015-2016 Executive Board installed on June 11, 2015’s Installation and Award Ceremony: 

Co-President: Kathy McKnight and Liz Williams
Co-President Elect: Pamela Burdusis and Melanie Wade
Program Co-Vice President: Charla Gabert and Judy Lauper
Membership Vice President: Soni Leighton
AAUW Funds Vice President: Carol Highton
Secretary: Kate Reed
Treasurer: Marilyn Lawver