At May 7 teleconference, UUA Board of Trustees also makes committee appointments.
At a May 7 meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Unitarian Universalist Association, the board voted to approve a motion that a collection taken up at General Assembly 2015 in Portland, Ore., go toward a pilot program for a scholarship fund to help youth and young adults, people of color, and others from marginalized communities attend future GAs.
The board also voted on a number of UUA committee appointments:
At its next meeting on May 28, the board will make appointments to the Election Practices Committee, Health Plan Trust, and Retirement Plan Committee.
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Elaine McArdle is a UU World senior editor and a member of First Unitarian Church in Portland, Oregon. An award-winning journalist with more than 20 years of experience, she has also written for the Boston Globe, Harvard Law Bulletin, and others.
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