State Leadership

Please welcome the 2018-2020 AAUW Texas Board,
and give them your support.


From left to right: Lucy Barrington, West TX Representative; Ann Berasley,Bylaws Chair; Susan Roehrig, Secretary; Ginny Phoenix, Communications; Jean Dodds, AAUW Funds VP; Marina Rivers, Central TX Representative; Malinda Gaul, President; Melodia Gutierrez, Program VP; Pam Wolfe, Financial Chair; Crystal Garcia, Public Policy; Gloria Long, Membership VP; Brenda Moss, South TX Representative; Dixie Christian,North TX Representative; Barbara Cager, North TX Representative



2018-2020 State Board Members (elected)

President Malinda Gaul
Program Vice-President Melodia Gutierrez
Membership Vice-President Gloria Long
AAUW Funds Vice-President Jean Dodds
Finance Officer Pam Wolfe
Secretary / Historian Susan Roehrig
Central District Representative Marina Rivers
North District Representative Barbara Cager
North District Representative Dixie Christian
South District Representative Brenda Moss
West District Representative Lucy Barrington

Standing Committees

Parliamentarian / Bylaws Ann Berasley
Public Policy Crystal Garcia

Appointed Positions

Branch Services / College University
      Lynn Hagan

Communications Team

Chairperson Ginny Phoenix
Website Janani Janakiraman

AAUW Elected & Appointed National Leaders from Texas

2018- 2020
Advancement Committee Marilynn Liddell 
Inclusion and Equity Committee Shenee Simon
AAUW Vice Chair Malinda Gaul

Why serving on the Texas State AAUW Board is a GREAT Idea!

Many of us are carrying a lot of concerns right now. The economy, the teetering job market, and many, many other situations, make everything seem harder than it’s ever been. But like they say, “When the going gets tough, the tough get going.” Now as never before, AAUW Texas NEEDS each one of you.

At the 2016 AAUW Texas 47th Biennial State Convention (April 29-May1, 2016) in San Antonio, we will elect a new state board for a two year term, starting in July 2016. Because a board member can only serve two consecutive terms in the same position, (and three terms total) some officers will have to vacate their positions, although several have indicated they’d be willing to serve again. So new board members will be working side by side with women who have some experience!

Sometimes it’s a lot of work to find women who will serve on the board. Perhaps it’s because many of us don’t know what being a board member entails. So before you write it off, take a look at some facts that might help you see why serving on the Texas state board is worth the effort..MORE….