AAWCC is the leading national organization that champions women and maximizes their potential. AAWCC is an affiliate council of the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC).
"We need women at all levels, including the top, to change the dynamic, reshape the conversation, to make sure women's voices are heard and heeded, not overlooked and ignored." —Sheryl Sandberg
On June 4, 2019 a Summer Potluck was organized by the Girls Just Want To Have Fun* Committee. This committee’s purpose is for networking, meet and greets and other various events for members of AAWCC and non-members.
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The 3rd Cohort of the
Women’s Leadership Institute is an annual event designed to inspire and equip employees at Rowan College at Gloucester County to embrace their inner strength and realize their potential as responsible leaders. This program is designed to have personal and professional developmental support they need to serve as the current and future leaders of the institution.
Picture from left to right: Teneisha Soriano, Maureen Reidenauer, Linda Maher, Bridgette Atkinson, Jennifer Hoxworth, Christina Nase, Gina Galosi, Samantha Van Kooy.
On April 29 the AAWCC honored Nase, along with 39 of her contemporaries selected from community colleges across the country, with their annual "40 Under 40" award. The association bestows this honor annually to 40 young women who are making a game-changing impact on their community college's campus.
Samantha Van Kooy poses in the Roadrunners Refuel food pantry, a free and confidential opportunity for students to have grab and go food while on campus.
Samantha Van Kooy, philanthropy chair for the South Jersey chapter of American Association of Women in Community Colleges, highlights the organization’s determination to create equal opportunity for all.
You may qualify for food assistance at Roadrunner’s Refuel, an on-campus
pantry created to fight food insufficiency.
Each year a networking dinner takes place on Friday evening along with a keynote address given by an outstanding female leader. Joanna Flynn was selected her to be seated at a “Reserved VIP” table with donors and distinguished guests.