Observers can attend part of Monday night teleconference. The board may also meet again April 6.
The UUA Board of Trustees will meet this week to discuss filling the vacancy left by the resignation of UUA President Peter Morales, who announced on March 30 he was stepping down effective April 1.
Morales’s resignation, three months before the end of his term, leaves the UUA without a chief executive officer. Delegates to the UUA’s General Assembly in June will elect one of three candidates to serve as president for a six-year term. The board will meet via teleconference on Monday, April 3, and may meet again on Thursday, April 6, to discuss filling the vacancy.
Monday evening’s meeting, at 8:00 EDT, will include approximately thirty minutes in a public session, which observers can watch or listen to starting at 8:30. The board will begin the meeting in executive session at 8:00, and will return to executive session at 9:00 to discuss personnel issues, according to the published agenda.
For background, see our earlier stories and the many documents we link to in them:
Critics decry ‘white supremacy’ in UUA hiring practices (3.27.17)
UUA President Peter Morales resigns amid controversy over hiring practices (3.30.17)
Updates to presidential resignation and controversy over hiring practices (4.1.17)
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Christopher L. Walton is editor of UU World. He holds degrees from Harvard Divinity School and the University of Utah and is a member of the Church of the Larger Fellowship.