Dr. Isabel Call

Dr. Isabel Call is an economist and participatory methodologist working towards economic and environmental justice. Hailing from east Tennessee, she has lived in cooperative communities in the Sacramento area, Seattle, Indonesia, and northeast Ohio, and brings to her work a passion for investment in local communities and bridge-building between them. Her research has focused on… Read More

Alexa Fraser

Dr. Alexa Fraser

Alexa Fraser is a 3rd year Starr King student, pursuing an MDiv and UU ordination.  She is a former Quaker.  She volunteers as a community mediator in her home county and has recently completed Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center.  She has a PhD in Environmental Studies and cares… Read More

Nancy Arvold

Dr. Nancy Arvold

Professor Nancy Arvold teaches cross cultural counseling and other psychology courses to graduate students from the standpoint of cultural awareness and humility, recognizing the enormous impact unconscious white privilege, white supremacist social institutions, and intersections with other “isms”: gender, class, sexual orientation, etc. have on the mental health profession. She is currently teaching classes (cultural… Read More

J. Tyson Casey

I believe that leadership is an action that anyone can practice so long as the right resources are available. My vision is to cultivate just, equitable, and sustainable societies through an approach to learning and teaching that incorporates experiential, academic, somatic, and participatory methods. I have worked with interfaith and secular justice communities and organizations… Read More


Taya Shere

Taya Shere plays passionately in the realms of transformative ritual and embodied vocalization. Taya is co-founder of the Kohenet Hebrew Priestess Institute, training clergy in embodied, earth-honoring models of spiritual leadership. Her chant albums Wild Earth Shebrew, Halleluyah All Night and Torah Tantrika have been heralded as “cutting-edge mystic medicine music.” Taya is co-author of… Read More

Pat Malarky

Patricia Malarkey

Pat is a 2015 graduate of Starr King’s Master of Arts in Social Change (MASC) degree program. She has been working in Corporate America for over 30 years and is called to help ameliorate the suffering that occurs in Corporate America’s workplace. In her intensive class, “Working through Work Issues,” Pat will share her experiences… Read More

Kevin Mann

Kevin Mann

Kevin Alan Mann — Multi-Religious Unitarian Universalism defined as Spiritually Alive, Radically Inclusive and Justice Centered, shapes Kevin’s ministry and his call to professional religious leadership. Grounded in theologies of anti-racism, anti-colonialism, anti-ableism, feminism, and queer liberation, and rooted in experience with parish, pastoral and community ministry, he strives towards building bridges of interdependence and… Read More