AAUW offers higher educational institutions across the nation the opportunity to become Partner Members. AAUW Partner Members enjoy many benefits to their institutions and their students.
(pictured – Washington State University)
AAUW-Student Advisory Committee Members
Tiffany Woelfel I have over twelve years of experience conducting research, clinical practice and project management, primarily in the areas of health disparities, mental health and ethics. I am obtaining dual master degrees at the UW in Social Work and Public Health while at the Seattle VA where I serve survivors of Military Sexual Trauma. Being a mentor to younger women is a privilege, as is learning from the women who fought before me for equality. My mentors shaped my character and I will pay their wisdom forward to the next generation. Recently, I started the first Younger Women’s Task Force (YWTFSeattle) on the west coast and serve as CoDirector.
My name is Jessie Mizic. I am a mother of four amazing children. I am a veteran of the U.S. Army and graduate student at the University of Washington in Tacoma WA. I received my BA in Ethnic, Gender and Labor studies in June 2013. I will graduate from UW in June 2015 with a MA in Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences. I am the President of the Graduate Leadership Council, Student Representative of the MAIS steering committee, and member of the Student Veterans Organization as well as the EGL student organization.
My name is Letitia Lee and I am the Issues and Awareness Programmer for Edmonds Community College. I am an individual who strives to overcome challenges that come along the way. Born in the States, I have been given many opportunities to engage with diverse population of students at school and recently fixed eyes on promoting equal women’s rights. Being a part of the council is a step for me to present my leadership skills, event planning, organization, and engagement with other peers. I will promise to do my best with all I do for the council!