Welcome to the AAUW Honolulu (HI) Branch

AAUW Honolulu Book Group Meeting

Come enjoy pupus (hosted by AAUW Honolulu) and No-host Bar Beverages in the lovely Open-Air setting of the Waikiki Yacht Club while discussing September’s Book Discussion Group Selection Daughters of Kobani (The): A Story of Rebellion, Courage & Justice by Gayle Tzemach Lemmon. RSVP is required for this event and available on the AAUW Book Group Meeting page.

When: September 15, 2021, 5:30PM to 7:30PM
In-Person at Waikiki Yacht Club
RSVP Required 

 


Congratulations to the following twelve change-makers from Hawaii!

They were awarded by AAUW of Hawaii and AAUW Honolulu to get certified as a Social Change Ambassador and be the change they want to see in the workplace.  

JesusaJesica Au
Sabra Della-Lucia
Jennifer Dotson
Sharon Heitzenroder
Autumn Raine Hesia
Susannah Lee Kandikatti
Samatha Larson
Atalina Pasi
Laura Viana
Trisha Kehaulani Watson
Joyce Yamada
Vera Zambonelli

Learn more about the Social Change Ambassador Certification program.  


Featured Social Change Ambassador: Autumn-Raine Kahōkū Hesia

Autumn-Raine shares her experience with the Social Change Ambassador Certification program and its importance of viewing our workplaces through an intersectional lens. 

Read Autumn-Raine’s story or learn more about the AAUW’s Social Change Ambassador Certification program.

 


Congratulations to our Spring 2021 Grant Awardees!

Congratulations to our Spring 2021 Career and Leadership Development Grant Awardees!

Jesusa Jesica Au
Renzymeir Baloran
Tabithah Buentipo
Breaun Telefoni
Anuhea Wall
Caitlin Williams

In the coming months, we’ll be sharing more information about how awardees will be using their grants.


Girls Talk Back

The final cohort for the Girls Talk Back summer leadership program, sponsored by AAUW Honolulu Branch, Ceeds of Peace and Women’s Fund of Hawaii, came to a close with the final showcase on July 30, 2021. To learn more about this program, click here.

 


Equal Pay Day 2021

March 24th, 2021 was Equal Pay Day and, while we hope this observance of the day women finally earn what men made in the previous year is no longer needed, we appreciate the City and County of Honolulu and the State of Hawaii recognizing that the gender pay gap must be addressed and closed.


 Get Your Family and Friends Work Smart — Online!

You know that women are paid less in the workplace — but did you know AAUW’s Work Smart program, which teaches women to negotiate for higher salaries, is available online?

To end the gender wage gap, AAUW is encouraging its members to share Work Smart Online with 20 of their friends and family. Or even better, gather them together and have them bring their laptops so you can take the course together! Then encourage them to share Work Smart Online with 20 of their family and friends.

AAUW wants to train 10 million women in salary negotiation by 2022. Let’s make it happen!

Click here to start your Work Smart seminar!