“Road to the White House . . . Are we there yet?,” a program co-sponsored by AAUW Ohio, features feminist Professor Joan McLean of Ohio Wesleyan University.
The event will be held Tuesday, Oct., 7, noon – 1:30 p.m. in the Fawcett Event Center 2400 Olentangy River Rd., Columbus. The cost is $35. RSVP by Oct. 1. See details below.
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The AAUW Ohio Board is considering centralizing the Annual Equity Day & State Convention to a Columbus area location year after year. In other words, the event location would not move from region to region.
Please keep in mind that the hosts of the Annual State Convention would continue to cycle around to all the districts (Central, Northeast, Northwest, Southeast, Southwest). The Convention Chair and the participating branches would change every year. The only component remaining the same would be the hotel location
Please take some time to complete the survey, as well as to share it with all of your branch members. TAKE THE SURVEY.
The Ohio Legislative Voting Record 2014 details AAUW’s public policy positions that are most impacted at the state level, outlines the bills that are scored, explains how legislators were scored, and makes suggestions about how the Voting Record can be used to motivate voter registration and turnout.
The Ohio House of Representatives Spreadsheet shows how House members voted on the eight bills.
The Ohio Senate Spreadsheet shows how members of the Ohio Senate voted on the eight bills.
Branches can download the branch template of the Ohio Legislative Voting Record to adapt and use for printing out a small format brochure to hand out at meetings. It is a smaller format version of the AAUW Ohio Voting Record that branches can copy on two 8-1/2X11 pages back to back and distribute.
This Word document of page 7, the Voting Record Scorecard, will allow you to customize the branch template of the Ohio Legislative Voting Record by inserting only the voting record of your local legislators. You may also add information about your branch on the last page of the branch template document.
When: Saturday, Aug. 9, 2014, 8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Registration: Please register by July 31.
- To register by mail: Complete the Registration Form and mail it with your check following the instructions on the form.
- To register online: Pay via PayPal and email your completed Registration Form to Sue Bigaila at firstname.lastname@example.org.
8:30-9:00 a.m.: Registration and Check-in, Roush Hall
9:00 a.m. – Welcome, Room 114
9:05 -10:30 a.m. – Diversity & Inclusion, Dr. Penny Larsen, AAUW National Diversity Committee, Room 114
10:45-11:45 a.m. – Breakout Sessions (Choose one)
A. You too can start a Student AAUW Branch! with Janice Tucker-McCloud, AAUW Zanesville Branch, Room 116
B. Connecting to Politics Using 21st Century Technology with Paula Maggio, AAUW Ohio Communications Chair, Room 117
C. AAUW Advocacy with Jennifer Dillard, AAUW Ohio Policy Advocate, Room 114
11:45 – 12:30 p.m. Conversations and Boxed Lunch, Room 114
12:30 – 1:30 p.m.: Keynote Presentation: AAUW Public Policy: Lisa Maatz, AAUW VP of Government Relations, Room 114
1:45 – 2:30 p.m. Breakout Sessions: Focus on AAUW Resources: Branch Counterpart sessions. (Choose one)
3. Membership, Room 116
4. Fundraising, Room 117
5. GOTV Resources, Room 114
2:40 p.m.: Strategic Planning and Conclusion with Christine Siebeneck, AAUW Ohio President, Room 114
State Spotlight: Ohio
Governor Signs Law to Crack Down on Sex Trafficking
On Friday, Ohio Governor John Kasich signed into law legislation that would crack down on sex traffickers. The new law, which was passed unanimously by the Ohio Legislature, increases the penalty of buying sex from a minor to a fifth-degree felony from a misdemeanor. The harsher penalty aims to deter the state’s growing problem, as an estimated 1,078 Ohio children are victims of trafficking each year. Congratulations to AAUW of Ohio members who organized to make this law a reality.
Reposted from Washington Update, an internal communication for public policy leaders and members of the American Association of University Women (AAUW).
The AAUW Ohio Orbit Spring 2014 issue is now online and includes all the information you need to register for our Aug. 9 AAUW Ohio Leadership Workshop 2014, which will feature our very own Lisa Maatz, AAUW VP of Public Policy.
You’ll also find:
- Public policy updates
- Coverage of AAUW Ohio Equity Day and Convention 2014 keynote speakers
- Branch Award winners
- Photos from Convention
- News about AAUW Ohio
Download issues of Ohio Orbit.
Interested in working to end sexual assault on college campuses? Take a look at AAUW’s newly revamped Campus Sexual Assault Tool Kit, a set of resources for students, faculty, staff, and advocates to raise awareness of, take action on, and find important information about campus sexual assault.
Have you used a resource from the tool kit? Let us know what you are doing on your campus, and share your stories and pictures with email@example.com, so that we can learn about the great work you are doing.