I am thrilled beyond words to serve what I consider the most creative, unusual, spiritual community in the world! In this congregation without walls, my responsibilities include spiritual leadership, working with others to envision our future, preaching, counseling, and being a general gadfly.
Before coming to the CLF, I served the Unitarian Universalist Association in a variety of positions including directing the Advocacy and Witness Programs, Washington Office for Advocacy, Office of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual Transgender Concerns, and Youth Office. I directed the Standing on the Side of Love campaign and the Unitarian Universalist response to Hurricane Katrina.
I have served many national boards of directors including the Interfaith Alliance, Americans United for Separation of Church and State, and the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice. I’ve been founding president of two organizations, Faith in Public Life and Equal Partners in Faith.
In short, I have spent my life’s work advocating for a world of peace and justice. In so doing, I became quite interested in the media revolution taking place, and in the opportunity to create deep and meaningful community on the internet. I live in South Minneapolis with my human and animal family.