Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees has regular monthly meetings, usually on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at UUCA. Meetings are generally held in Rooms 209/210 and are open to the congregation. Additional meetings are scheduled as necessary.
The Board operates under a Board Covenant, which is reviewed and renewed at the beginning of each Board year. The current Board Covenant can be accessed here.
To contact the entire board, email email@example.com
Committees of the UUCA Board of Trustees (BOT) are established to assist the Board in carrying out its responsibilities. Click here for this year’s committee charges and a list of members on each committee.
Interested in serving on the Board?
According to current and former members, serving on UUCA’s Board is a meaningful way to invest in something important, make an important contribution to the Congregation, and put their ideals into practice building Beloved Community. They appreciated Board service as a way to meet new, energized people and build lasting relationships with other Board members and staff. Board members gain a new appreciation of all it takes to make the Congregation successful because they see all that our staff and leadership contribute.
We welcome you to suggest yourself or someone else by contacting the Nominating Committee – they are always happy to hear about interested, qualified individuals! Please begin by reviewing the Board Member Job Description, Covenant, and Fair Share Giving Guidelines which Board members strive to meet.
Carol Ann Arvan
|After a liberal Southern Baptist childhood in Georgia and a “deeds, not creeds” Catholic adulthood in New York, Carol Ann found UU on a walking tour of Charleston, SC. It wasn’t a Saul on the road to Damascus story, more an illuminated by architecture story. She then found and served a Metro Detroit UU congregation in many roles, ending as Congregation and Board President before moving to Atlanta in 2011. Carol Ann chose membership in UUCA because she appreciates all the activities, programs and service opportunities a big church can provide. Her service to UUCA has included the Generosity Team, Stewardship Team, Endowment Board and Phoenix Choir. Once a commercial real estate and investment banker, business consultant and small business owner, she is now retired and finding purpose as a volunteer. Carol Ann cannot imagine life in Atlanta without UUCA.|
|Christian and his family joined UUCA in 2009. Christian has served in the Bell Ringer choir, Cultural Mosaic, and Spirit in Service, and he completed the Build Your Own Theology and Strength Finder courses. He also has facilitated a Strength Finder workshop. His son completed the ten-week OWL program and his daughter participates in the children’s RE program. A graduate of Georgia State University, Christian has worked as a teacher, data support specialist, administrator and presently as a Student Achievement Instructional Coach at Amana Academy Charter School. He plans to complete Kennesaw State University with a Specialist Degree in Education, May 2014.|
Trustee of Finance
|Photo and bio coming soon!|
|David, a retired commercial real estate broker and strategic planner, has been a UU since 1982, and a member of UUCA since 2011 when he and his wife, Jackie, moved here from San Diego. He ha served on the Generosit Committee; was co-chair of the Stewardship Campaign, a co-leader of he Coming of Age program, and a member of the AV Team, sings in the Tapestry Choir, and is one of the "5 Old Guys." David has served on various boards, including VP of the UU Pacific Northwest District, and has been a participant on 3 different church building remodel/construction committees. He is also a volunteer Docent at Zoo Atlanta.|
|Katie and I joined UUCA in 2012 so that we would have a spiritual home for our family. I joined the sound team a year or two after that and that has been my main focus until recently. Earlier this year I took the training to be a facilitator for the Jr/Sr High and the Young Adult/Adult Owl classes. I am interested in being able to do more for the community that welcomed me and my family in, that is why I am interested in being a member of the Board of Trustees.|
|Jon and his wife, Kay, joined UUCA in 1999. He has been active in the Underground Theatre and T'ai Chi classes. A longtime member of both Tapestry and Phoenix Choirs, he has traveled to UU congregations in India, Romania and Hungary. Jon grew up in Michigan; graduating from Central Michigan University (BS in BA) and Wayne State University (MBA). He retired from a 40 year career in insurance in 2011. "I'm looking forward to making a meaningful contribution to UUCA as a member of the Board of Trustees.”|