Welcome to the Santa Rosa Branch of AAUW

The National Organization for Women (NOW) Sonoma County Chapter and KBBF 89.1FM Women’s Spaces – Host/Producer Elaine B. Holtz Invites you to attend a showing of the film: “Iron Jawed Angels” The story of how women finally got the Vote in 1920. This moving presentation takes a fresh look at a pivotal event in American history from 1916–1920. Iron Jawed Angels tells the true story of how defiant and brilliant young activists Alice Paul, played by Hilary Swank, and Lucy Burns, played by Frances O’Connor, took the women’s suffrage movement by storm, putting their lives at risk to help American women win the right to vote. October 16th 6:30 – 9:00

Discussion to follow Radio Station KBBF 90.1FM 1700 Corby Ave., Santa Rosa, CA  95402
Free Event – Donations accepted Seating is limited: please RSVP to save a seat at 545-5036
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October – November 
Interested in attending AAUW Healdsburg’s Fall Forum classes?
Please click here for information

Forum Fall 2019 PRESS RELEASE
October 23rd
7:00-8:30 Joint SSU, SRJC and Tech Trek Reception

Finley Community Center 2060 W. College Ave. Room 22
November 1st
12:00 – 2:30 visit the SRJC Culinary Cafe
See newsletter for details
December 8th
2:00-4:00 Annual holiday party
January 10th
4:00 guest speaker Elizabeth Quiroz
(our SRJC and SSU scholarship winner)
speaks on “Second Chance: Crossing the Jordan” at Rincon Valley Library
February 8th
1:30 – 3:00 our own Deanna Bowers speaks on
“Living and Working in Cameroon” at Friends House
Public Policy Event and Bridge Luncheon Fundraiser
Non-Event Fundraiser
Annual Meeting
Fiesta Member Luncheon
Thank you members for supporting the SSU ‘CAREER CLOSET’ with your donations of professional clothing!!


Welcome to our new Members!

Pat Carlson
Linda Frank
Anne Bandy
Taryn Young
Sue Cochran
Phyllis Lowe


Check out this inspiring video from our own local gem Dr. Judy Sakaki President of Sonoma State University! It speaks not only to our mission but showcases our local leaders inspiring leadership, encouragement, responsibility and mentoring to young women. 



AAUW advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy and research.

AAUW Santa Rosa does this through:

  • granting scholarships for six middle school girls to Tech Trek, a summer science and math camp at Stanford University
  • support for Montgomery High School Girl’s Softball for Title IX
  • granting scholarships at Sonoma State University
  • granting scholarships at Santa Rosa Junior College
  • support of AAUW National Fund
  • providing programs for its members and the public
  • support and collaboration with other local women’s organizations

Members of AAUW Santa Rosa are members of AAUW, a national organization, and of AAUW California. The mission of AAUW is pursued throughout the state and nation by these organizations.