Rev. Dr. Josh Snyder

Alison Miller is the best person to lead the UUA as President right now. She is one of the best people I know at being able to understand a situation and articulate a path forward. She has the vision, the heart, and the experience to lead us with excellence. Rev. Dr. Joshua Snyder Minister First…

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Debra Greenwood

These are turbulent times for our faith. With the resignations of our Association President and other key leaders, the need for a different kind of leadership has never been greater. This makes the selection of our next UUA President critical. Our next UUA President must be able to take the reins of a denomination that…

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Revs. Kristin Grassel Schmidt and Christian Schmidt

It’s an important time for Unitarian Universalism, and Alison is the candidate who brings a fresh perspective and the needed visionary, administrative, activist, and relational skills to lead our association into the future. Our direct experience of her has shown us that she has a unique ability to bring people together and create a common…

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Rev. Nathan Detering

At a time when xenophobia, sexism, political division and economic alienation make the headlines day after day, we need Alison Miller to help us share and shine the light of Unitarian Universalism. While all three of our candidates for president are well-equipped to lead us forward, Alison brings a pastor’s heart to the tender, challenging…

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Toward An Ethic of Sustainability

Note: UU Ministry for the Earth & UU Young Adults for Climate Justice asked each UUA Presidential Candidate to answer a series of questions related to environmental justice. Here are Alison’s answers. 1. What do you see as the root causes of the climate crisis? The root causes of the climate crisis from a scientific…

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Rev. Charles Blustein Ortman

It is an honor to endorse Alison Miller’s candidacy for the presidency of the UUA. I’ve known Alison since her years as a youth leader and then a young adult leader in the Metro NY District. I’ve also had the pleasure of knowing her and working with her as a ministerial colleague while we served…

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Rev. Wendy Von Courter

Alison is the real deal! Now, more than ever, the president we choose must be one who has grown past personal activism and demonstrated leadership in combatting systemic racism and oppression – in congregations, communities, the margins, and in our UUA. Alison Miller is that person. Having grown up in our faith, Allison has been…

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Amanda Rhoads

I knew I would meet some pretty extraordinary people at college, and quickly realized Alison Miller was one of them. I was impressed not only with her kindness and cleverness, but also her sense of gratitude and purpose, something I had not really experienced before then, and certainly didn’t embody. I remember fun times in…

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Kimberlee Tomczak Carlson

I first met Alison in 2002, when we were both still young adults. I was just beginning to work in youth and young adult faith development and she was already a driven, knowledgeable and compassionate faith leader. Through the years, I have watched her skills expand exponentially to include work with and for congregations, community…

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Rev. Dara Olandt

I am delighted to endorse Alison Miller for UUA President. I believe Alison has the capacity and gifts to lead our movement in these momentous times. Here is why: Alison is a courageous leader, skilled listener and is poised well to embrace the pluralism that enriches our faith in the 21st century. She is also…

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