The American Association of University Women Laguna Beach Branch is a unique, multidimensional group of women in the arts, education, business, science, law and community affairs. Together we are working to empower women and girls through education to reach their full potential.
Outgoing & Incoming members at Installation
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Members at the Installation on June 28.
From left to right:
New and Outgoing Officers at the Installation on June 28, 2015
Alison King, outgoing Co-VP; Hoda Culver, incoming Co-VP; Leah Vasquez, Programs Co-chair; Nancy Eidt, Financial Officer; Deana Pink, Co-VP; Alice Apkarian, Tech Trek Co-Chair; Toni Sullivan, Membership; Madeleine Peterson, Community Liaison; Jean Vivrette, Co-President
Meet the 2015 scholarship recipients:
KYLIE GEORGE A determined student with interests in journalism and science. She was editor of the school newspaper and expects to continue this interest in college. She plans to major in math and science and seek a career in astrophysics.
VICTORIA GUNNELL Hard working, outstanding student who has wanted to be a pediatrician since third grade. Besides being active in the model United Nations program and helping students in a related program at Thurston Middle School, she works part time and sells her artwork.
LAUREN MC KEEHAM Maintaining a high grade point average while working part time at two jobs displays the maturity of this student who aspires to a career in chemistry. Lauren has been inspired by her high school chemistry teacher who has given students real research projects to work on.
AVIVA MYERS This senior has many passions; tutoring, creative writing, the model United Nations program and dance. She would like a career that is geared towards helping others. Aviva was instrumental in getting $11,500 in grant money for a high school project of designing and creating a solar powered water sterilizer that will be sent to Masai Mara, Kenya.