Susan Frederick-Gray elected UUA president
Minister of Phoenix, Arizona, congregation wins three-way race to become UUA’s ninth elected president and the first woman elected to the office.
Candidate statement: Susan Frederick-Gray
Three things are essential: Spiritual vitality, partnership, and organizing for impact.
Candidate statement: Alison Miller
I promise to ignite faith, empower change, and advance justice.
Candidate statement: Jeanne Pupke
It is the job of the UUA to assure that every congregation and covenanted community has the opportunity and resources to thrive.
UUA presidential election to use ranked-choice voting
Because there are more than two candidates, this election will be the first since 1977 to use the UUA’s instant runoff voting provision. Delegates’ second-choice pick may be the deciding factor.
Follow the UUA presidential campaign
With three candidates on ballot, UUA will use instant run-off voting for first time since 1977; regional candidate forums begin February 25.
Board: Annual Program Fund will move to percent-of-budget model
Formula and timeline still in the works, but UUA will switch from per-member to percent-of-budget funding model.
Pupke: ‘I want us on fire’
The Rev. Jeanne Pupke, candidate for UUA president, emphasizes executive experience and innovation.
Frederick-Gray: ‘Sense of mission draws the best out of people’
The Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray, candidate for UUA president, was instrumental in 2012 Justice General Assembly.
Miller: ‘Blood of UUs courses through my veins’
The Rev. Alison Miller, candidate for UUA president, emphasizes power we have to heal one another.
Presidential candidates present their visions for leading Unitarian Universalism
Delegates hear for first time from Frederick-Gray, Miller, and Pupke.
UU Ministers Association hosts presidential candidates
The candidates for Unitarian Universalist Association president answer questions from UU ministers at pre-General Assembly event.