NOTE: Due to Tropical Storm Olga, this program had to be cancelled. It will be rescheduled in January.
AAUW GENERAL MEETING
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26 @ 2 PM
SPEAKER: STEPHANIE RIVERS “Keeping the glass door open: Females aspiring to top-level positions”.
Join AAUW on October 26th, 2019 as Stephanie Rivers leads a conversation about women in leadership, “Keeping the glass door open: Females aspiring to top-level positions”. The meeting is at 2 PM at the Madisonville library.
Stephanie moved to St. Tammany Parish in 2011 while still serving on active duty with the US Army. She retired in 2015 in the rank of Colonel after serving 30 years in the United States Army Reserve. Stephanie volunteers for her VFW post 8720 (Abita Springs) as well as for You Night Empowering Events which is an organization that helps women embrace life after cancer. She is Doctoral Candidate at Grand Canyon University and expects to defend her dissertation in the summer of 2020. Pursuing a degree in Organizational Leadership, her dissertation focus is women’s aspiration to leadership. Stephanie has a BSBA from the University of Florida and a MA in Management from American Military University. She currently works for the St. Tammany Council on Aging as the transportation director. She is also the director of STAR Transit, the parish public transportation system. COAST and STAR Transit provide curb to curb demand response services in the parish 5 days a week.
The Covington-Mandeville Branch of AAUW was established in 1964. We are located in Southeast Louisiana on the northshore of Lake Pontchartrain with most members living in the communities of St. Tammany, Tangipahoa, and Washington Parishes.
We have a diverse membership with degrees from institutions that are equally diverse. “Full Members” (members with degrees or associate degrees) and “Student Affiliates” (those working toward their 1st degree) are recognized as members at the AAUW state and national levels. But the Covington-Mandeville branch also welcomes “Supporters” who are non-degree participants at the local level.
The American Association of University Women (AAUW) promotes equity for all women and girls, lifelong education, and positive societal change.
AAUW has been empowering women as individuals and as a community since it was founded in 1881 by seventeen alumnae of eight colleges. AAUW is the largest, oldest national organization dedicated to the advancement of women and education. For more than 130 years, we have worked together as a national grassroots organization to improve the lives of millions of women and their families.
The Value of Belonging to AAUW
As an AAUW member, you’ll be proud to belong to this nationwide group of people who value education and equal rights, who are contributing to a more promising future for all women and girls, and who together provide a powerful voice for women and girls. This is a voice that cannot and will not be ignored.