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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 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
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