Virtual branch of AAUW formed at Brandman
Brandman University now has its own branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) and is open for new members to join.
“This is a great organization, which began in 1881. They help empower girls and women to be their best, and provide many great services and benefits to members,” said Marnie Elam, president of the Brandman Virtual Branch.
Although not the first virtual branch, the Brandman branch is one of a small number of branches that meets that way. For Brandman, that means faculty, students and staff who qualify can participate from any campus or online location. Several members participated in the Orange County Women’s March to show their support for empowering women and a variety of issues. Faculty members Mike Moodian, Margaret Moodian, Lata Murti, Kat Carrick and Helen Eckmann also participated at other locations in the nationwide march.
The AAUW is open to any graduate holding an associate or equivalent degree, baccalaureate or higher degree from a qualified educational institution. Students affiliates enroll through a qualified educational institution, such as Brandman.
People who are already members of an AAUW branch elsewhere can join the Brandman branch as a dual member.
Enrollment information is available here.
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