Founded in 1973 to draw together the newly formed suburban Houston and neighboring county branches of the greater Houston area. After forty years, and having outlived its usefulness, the Council will be disbanding soon.
January 26, 2013 Interbranch Luncheon was a wonderful success at Sugar Creek Country Club thanks to our speaker the Honorable Dianne Wilson
laissez les bons temps rouler!
January 26, 2013– 11:00 AM January Interbranch Luncheon – hosted by Fort Bend County AAUW Branch at Sugar Creek Country Club
420 Sugar Creek Boulevard, Sugar Land, TX 77478 GOOGLE MAPS link
|Secretary/ Treasurer||Marietta Hostak|
|Advisor||Enny Schissler (West Harris County)|
|AAUW Texas District Rep.||Majorie Moss Nash|
Contact our officers at the addresses above to attend Interbranch meetings. Meetings are open to any interested AAUW member
The Greater Houston Area Interbranch Council provides an opportunity for AAUW members throughout the Houston area and beyond to share their ideas and interest in AAUW issues and goals.
|Program VP||Andrea Needham|
|Secretary/ Treasurer||Margo Johnson|
|Newsletter Editor||Linda Gilbert|
Members of Interbranch
Member (and potential) branches include: Alvin AAUW, Fort Bend AAUW, Houston AAUW, Galveston AAUW, North Harris County AAUW, Southeast Harris County AAUW (formerly LaPorte/Pasadena), Huntsville, Montgomery County AAUW, Orange AAUW and West Harris County AAUW.
Membership Recruitment Brochure: a tool for Branches to download
PREVIOUS 2010-2012 Meetings & Programs
January 28, 2012– 11:00 AM January Interbranch Luncheon – hosted by West Harris County AAUW Branch
Lakeside Country Club
100 Wilcrest Drive, Houston, TX 77042
October 15, 2011 – 10:00 AM-2 PM
Bringing the Convention Home
Carmelo’s Ristorante Italiano 14795 Memorial Drive
Houston, TX 77079
Click for GOOGLE MAPS LINK
May 14, 2011 – 10:00 AM-12 PM Branch Officer Training (9:30 social)
15511 WALKWOOD DRIVE
HOUSTON, TX 77079
Memorial Thicket Subdivision – Click for GOOGLE MAPS LINK
- PRESIDENT, PROGRAM VP, MEMBERSHIP VP, FUNDS VP (EF/LAF), COMMUNICATIONS/SECRETARY, FINANCE OFFICER
- Any and all branch members and officers are welcome
- Information flier
January 29, 2011– 11:00 AM January Luncheon – hosted by Southeast Harris County AAUW Branch
Speaker – Pat Lykos, Harris County District Attorney
South Shore Harbour Resort & Conference Center
2500 South Shore Blvd League City, TX 77573
GOOGLE MAPS link
2009-2010 Meetings & Programs
October 16, 2010- 10:15 AM – Membership Payment Program (MPP) – information, tips, coaching – NEW Kendall Library, 609 Eldridge Parkway, Houston, 3rd Floor Meeting room. GOOGLE Maps link
May 1, 2010- Convention Wrap-Up – discuss future of Interbranch
Texas State Convention, April 23-25, West Chase Marriott
March 6, 2010 – Local Arrangements Committee Coordinate Plans
January 30 – January Luncheon, at the West Chase Marriott, Convention Site, hosted by North Harris County Branch.
September 12 – Texas Convention Overview
The Greater Houston Area Interbranch Council is responsible for local arrangements for the 2010 AAUW Texas State Convention here in Houston next April, so programs this year will focus on convention plans and local logistics.
All of the GHAIC branches have a piece of this event to plan. We will share ideas, coordinate plans, and support each other.
2009 Meetings were at 10:00 AM at Spring Branch Campus of Houston Community College, 1010 Sam Houston Parkway N., Houston 77043 — THANKS for sharing.
Spring 2009 Programs
…“I thought this was one of the best officer training events I’ve ever attended…and I’ve attended plenty! Lots of nuts and bolts, but a good bit of “vision” too…a great combination. You had such a good attendance at the entire event, and so many in the EF/LAF session! Wow! “ Jackie Littleton, AAUW Association Board Member-at-Large
In place of the summer leadership conference, this year the state officers will provide a one day training session for branch officers in two locations: Dallas and Houston.
Houston’s was at the Lone Star College-Greenspoint Center. (I-45 & Sam Houston Tollway) There is a minimal cost to each participant for a box lunch and materials. GOOGLE MAPS link.
Saturday, March 4, 2009, 10:00 am-12:00 pm
Speaker: Her Royal Highness UgoEze Chinyere Obichuku
Her Royal Highness UgoEze Chinyere Obichuku is the wife of His Royal Highness Eze Emeka Obichuku. They have been married for 40 years and are blessed with five children ranging from ages 33-25. All of their children are university graduates.
H.R.H is the first UgoEze (Queen) to be also crowned in America by the Greater Owerri Community from Imo-State, Nigeria, West Africa.. She holds both B.Sc. and M.A degrees in Nutritional Science. She as traveled quite extensively including going on medical missions with the Owerri Women Association of Houston. On these missions she served as a nutritionist, alongside medical doctors, nurses, pharmacist and other medical professionals. She as been assisting less fortunate children worldwide by donating clothing, shoes, books and backpacks to them.
Her Royal Highness UgoEze Chinyere Obichuku has received over thirty awards for being an outstanding role model, model citizen, and for outstanding community service. These awards were through the media, communities, churches and schools. Her goal is to have her own foundation to help needy children and schools in need.
Greater Houston Area Interbranch Council Luncheon SOLD OUT
Saturday, January 31, 2009, 11:30 am-2:00 pm
Hosted by the Houston and Galveston Branches
Speaker: Dr. Sallie Keller-McNulty, Dean of Engineering, Rice University
Topic: Breaking Through Barriers
Location: Houston Racquet Club 10709 Memorial Drive Houston Texas 77024
Dr. Sallie Keller-McNulty is the William and Stephanie Sick Dean of the George R. Brown School of Engineering, Professor of Statistics at Rice University in Houston, Texas. She is Fellow and past-president of the American Statistical Society (ASA) and one of the nation’s foremost experts in applied and theoretical statistics
Attention Branch Leaders
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