Become involved and take action … on the Local level!
Our Advocacy Statement
The Longmont Branch works locally to advance the AAUW member-endorsed Public Policy priorities, addressing policies that break through educational and economic barriers. We collaborate with other organizations in the community, including the League of Women Voters, Delta Kappa Gamma, and Front Range Community College on specific areas of work such as Get Out the Vote, Title IX, and pay equity.
Want an easy way to get involved … Join our Current Issues & Advocacy Interest Group
2017-18 Public Policy Actions and Events of the Longmont Branch
January 20 – The Denver Women’s March
February 3 – Public Policy Day focusing on Human Trafficking from 8:30 am – 2:30 pm at Golden Hotel, Golden
Online Registration by Monday, January 15
April 10 – Equal Pay Day for Women
April 27-28 – Colorado AAUW State Convention
April – Get Out the Vote, at St. Vrain Valley schools, with League of Women Voters – Volunteer opportunity to help register newly eligible voters
January – The Denver Women’s March
February – Current Issues & Advocacy (CI&A) Interest Group initiated.
February – Branch members met with Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources Ella Padilla and staff, St. Vrain Valley School District (SVVSD), on Title IX compliance.
December – Branch members met with Paul Meese, Executive Director of Human Resources, Front Range Community College (FRCC), on Title IX compliance.
December – CI&A members had a follow-up meeting with SVVSD staff on Title IX process and compliance.
December – Open Forum letter to Longmont Times-Call from Public Policy Chair Darcy Juday.
Contact our Public Policy Chair to discuss ways to get more involved on local issues.
Darcy Juday at email@example.com