Rev. Lyn Cox is the 2019-2020 Interim Minister for the UU Church of Silver Spring, MD. Her ministry also includes consulting for congregations and committees through the Peer Consultant (adjunct staff) program of the UUA’s Central East Region. Other recent ministries include being the Interim Minister at the Unitarian Church of Harrisburg, PA (2017-2018), Interim… Read More
Dr. Som Pourfarzaneh is the Assistant Professor of Islamic and Digital Media Studies at Starr King School for the Ministry. He holds a Ph.D. in Cultural and Historical Studies of Religions from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, CA, and was part of the first cohort to graduate from Starr King’s Master of Arts in… Read More
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Kim Hampton, an alum of Texas Woman’s University and Earlham School of Religion, is a consultant working with churches and small nonprofits. Currently co-editing a book on theological perspectives on the MCU movie “Black Panther,” Kim splits her time between St. Louis and Boston.
Kim has 15+ years of experience in academia, from kindergarten through graduate school; Administrative Assistant, Front Office and Librarian, High School Registrar, Assistant to Program Directors, and Enrollment Counselor. She has also worked in retail management, banking, and was an accountant for a large corporation in the Bay Area for 7 years prior to moving… Read More
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Katie is honored to serve as Registrar for Starr King School for the Ministry, where she feels fortunate to have the opportunity to help support students as they pursue their goals and to work with such a diverse, progressive, positive, and inspiring community. She holds an M.S. in Communicative Sciences and Disorders from California State… Read More
Born in Mountain View, California, Dragon (aka André Pardee Little) is a highly-melanated, male-bodied, autochthonous student of history, nature, art, social justice, and holistic health. His pedigree has traceable roots as long as pre-colonial America and his pride is as wide as all the diverse skin and experience of every continent that his ancestors still… Read More
Meg McGuire is a 2019-2020 Hilda Mason Teaching Fellow and a candidate for Unitarian Universalist ministerial fellowship. Her lifelong UU faith inspires her commitment to spiritually grounded education and movement toward collective liberation. Shaped by her experience with anti-oppression organizing and facilitation, as well her academic background in feminist, queer and critical theory, her teaching… Read More