The AAC wouldn’t be the Club we are today without the work of womxn of all walks of life. Today, this month, and year-round, we celebrate the accomplishments—both on and off the climbing wall—of female and non-binary climbers, mountaineers, and advocates. Thank you all for being here.
HOW DOES THE AAC SUPPORT FEMALE CLIMBERS?
We're running women's specific clinics at every 2018 Craggin' Classic event.
We're featuring women on the cover of all three of our publications.
We're celebrating women in positions of leadership in the organization.
We're running women's-specific grants, like the Live Like Liz Grant and McNeill-Knott Award.
We're featuring ascents by women in our Cutting Edge podcast.
We supported the Sexual Harassment in Climbing Survey.
We support women's initiatives by partnering with groups like Brown Girls Climb, Outdoor Women's Alliance, and FlashFoxy.
We're working a a chapter-by-chapter level to support other local women's events and initiatives.
The American Alpine Journal is working toward telling more women's stories this year.
We're actively working to have an even gender split in our member base that reflects the demographics of the climbing community.
Do you have ideas? Aspects of all this that we could be doing better? Contact us! Your feedback and input inspires us to create change, and we’re grateful for all of it.