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Highlights from the
celebration to mark UN day.








Noreen Kokoruda our State
Rep (of the 101st)  and
Barbara Dunham,
Co-President.

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Holiday Coffee & Pastries
Wed. Dec. 10, 10-12
Madison Senior Center

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Taking part in the celebration of the 125th anniversary of AAUW
fellowship and grant funding were: Front row: Alice Rietz, state
co-president and branch member; Sofia Espinoza Sanchez, Yale
graduate student and International Fellowship recipient; and
Barbara Dunham, branch co-president. Second row: Elaine
Quayle, EOF chair, and Marie Morch, past co-president.
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2014 Shoreline CT AAUW Scholarship

We are excited to announce that the recipient of The Shoreline
CT AAUW Scholarship for 2014 is Emily Perzanoski. She is the
daughter of Brian and Tammy Perzanoski of Clinton. She is
entering her junior year at American University as a student of the
School of International Service.  She will be studying abroad next
semester in Amman, Jordan focusing on diplomacy and policy
studies.

Emily has already taken four semesters of Arabic. She is involved
with and Co-President of Best Buddies at American University
which enables learning more about people with intellectual and
development disabilities.  One of her goals is to intern with a
national security organization.
AAUW Shoreline CT Branch at the United Nations

On October 24th, United Nations Day, AAUW hosted an informative
briefing through the UN Department of Public Information for
members, fellowships and grants recipients, and alumnae.  Three
past Co-presidents of our Shoreline Branch were lucky to attend:
Loretta James, Alice Reitz (current Co-president AAUW CT), and
Marie Morch. Speakers included two staff from the United Nations
Development Programme (UNDP) who spoke on topics including
Beijing +20 and how UNDP initiatives aid women and girls. The
third speaker, Gaynel Curry, Gender and Women's Rights Advisor
at the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human
Rights, spoke extensively on the topic of human trafficking.
Members also met AAUW’s UN Youth Representatives—Ammie Lin,
Antoinette Gingerelli, and Katherine Moreira, and heard from our
Main Representative, Melissa Guardaro and AAUW staff.