AAUW is an association of 100,000 members working for change—promoting gender-fair classroom practices, lobbying local and national legislators on AAUW priority issues, mentoring girls and women, and raising money to fund ground-breaking research, community action projects, and women scholars.  We welcome members who hold a bachelor’s or higher degree, or an associate or equivalent degree from an accredited college or university.  If you are an undergraduate in a two-or-four-year regionally accredited educational institution, you are welcome to join AAUW as a student affiliate.

General Meetings: Fourth Tuesday of the month beginning at 7:00 p.m.

Location:  Monona Community Center, 1101 Nichols Road, Monona, Wisconsin

Monona/Madison AAUW Branch Activities:

 Donate funds to support the national Education Foundation programs

  • Donate local scholarships to Monona Grove and LaFollette High School students
  • Donate scholarships to Madison College students
  • Conduct used book sales with profits going to scholarships for women and girls
  • Plan fundraising trips to cultural events
  • Participate in book discussions—morning, afternoon and evening groups—and participate in a film group and a bridge group
  • La Cuisine group plans and prepares gourmet dinners for its members.
  • Learn about and support women’s groups and legislation affecting women and children
  • Support political forums
  • Support the “Odyssey Project”
  •  Four scholarships are awarded yearly to UW Madison students through the UW Foundation.  They are for a returning student, a single parent, history scholarship, and communication arts.
  • We fund a National AAUW grant for Career Development and/or Community Action.

 For more information, please call:

Co-Presidents: Stephanie Sorensen, 819-6646  or Sally Keyel,  837-4947 

For membership information, please call Liz Kretschmar, 249-6384