Megan Richardson

Meg Richardson

Rev. Dr. Meg Richardson joined the faculty of Starr King School in 2014 as Visiting Assistant Professor of Unitarian Universalist History. Dr. Richardson, a graduate of Harvard Divinity School and Durham University, has studied our living tradition in both the United States and Great Britain, and was mentored by scholars including Conrad Wright, James Luther Adams… Read More

Dr. Jo Sanzgiri

Jo Sanzgiri

Dr. Sanzgiri holds a Ph.D. in Business Administration from the University of Pittsburgh, and specializes in transformational organizational change, the reinvention of work, and pedagogies from a spiritual perspective. Dr. Sanzgiri has served as faculty and administrator at several Bay Area colleges and universities, including: New College, California School of Professional Psychology, Alliant University, and… Read More

Rev. Kurt Kuhwald

Kurt Kuhwald

I was asked to join the SKSM staff in 2008 because I am both teacher and activist—as well as an ordained Unitarian Universalist Minister. After teaching for 23 years in secondary public school special education classrooms, and practicing as a psychotherapist for 15 years, I entered UU ministry with a vision of social justice engagement… Read More

Rev. Michelle Favreault

Michelle Favreault

This is what I remember:  I was an undergraduate in love with the theater and sparkling lights and song.  For a big lecture hall class, I wrote a paper called “Get Me to the Church On Time (for the second act)” comparing the wedding scenes in Fiddler on the Roof and Brigadoon.  I could see… Read More

Rev. Dr. Dorsey Blake

Dorsey Blake

The Rev. Dr. Blake serves as pastor of the Church for the Fellowship of All Peoples in San Francisco, the nation’s first interracial, interfaith congregation. He has served as Vice President for Community Learning at the University of Creation Spirituality and is the founding co-director of the University of Creation Spirituality Doctor of Ministry program.… Read More

Dr. Ghazala Anwar

Ghazala Anwar

Dr. Anwar joined the Religious Studies programme at Canterbury in 2000, after teaching at a number of universities in the United States, including Temple University, where she completed her PhD in Religion in 1993. Prior to that she took her first MA in English Literature at Aligarh Muslim University in India, and her second MA… Read More