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The AAUW WI State Convention is Virtual!

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Welcome by State President

Video from National AAUW

“The Suffrage Movement: A Remembrance by Midwesterners Jessie Jack Hooper and Carrie Chapman Catt” scheduled for 2020 Convention and performed respectively by AAUW members Helen Bannan, dual member of Oshkosh and Milwaukee, and Pam Thiel, a La Crosse member.


10 – 12pm

Hospitality Rooms (small group chat rooms to connect with current and new friends)



9:30 am

Business meeting and Installation of Officers.

11am – 12 pm

Featured Speaker: Wisconsin State Legislator Shelia Stubbs who tells her story of activism and her pursuit of racial equity.


Ten minute break (Get your own sandwich and beverage to enjoy as convention continues).

12:10-1pm Breakout Session 1

1. Ideas for programs that are mission driven: Lyn Hildenbrand (State Program VP) and someone from National.

2. Membership retention and recruitment ideas: Christine Ebert (State Membership VP).

3. Interest group ideas, group outings/other social options: A Sharing of Ideas by Members with Joan Schneider (State President) as the Facilitator.

1:10-2pm Breakout Session 2

1. Promotion of social diversity and justice: Dr. Laura Alwin: “The Unity Project: Building a Better Community Through Inclusion

2. Climate change issues and action: Katy Grogan, Citizens’ Climate Lobby

3. Ideas for branch visibility through social media and other venues.


Jessica Michna created “Women Who Dared” for the 100th anniversary of 19th Amendment. “Cristabel and Emmeline Pankhurst, Susan B. Anthony, Emma Davisson, Elisabeth Cady Stanton; some names you may recognize, others you may not! These and other women (and men) championed the cause of women’s suffrage in this country and overseas in the late 19th and early 20th century. Protest jailings, victories, and defeats culminated with the signature of President Woodrow Wilson that would forever give women the right to vote.”

Last Year

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AAUW WI State Convention

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Event Info


April 23 & 24, 2021


The Comfort of Your Own Home!


Friday:  7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Saturday:  9:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.