Board of Trustees as of July 1, 2017

The Unitarian Universalist Society of Amherst (UUSA) Board of Trustees is the governing body of the Society. The Board conducts its business in accordance with the UUSA Bylaws.

Bo Mack (term ending 2018, plus one year emeritus)
“This congregation has been my spiritual home for more than 15 years, and this thoughtful, loving community is now truly the center of my life.  I feel called to help make it a comforting, healthy, active community for even more people.”— Bo

Vice President
Karen Fisk (term ending 2019, includes one term as president)
“Unitarian Universalism is my chosen faith; I believe deeply in its transformative power. I serve on the board because each of us in obliged to help make our faith home a safe, functioning, communicative institution.”— Karen

Elliott Kelly (term ending 2018)
“I serve as our Society’s treasurer and as such help the Board stay on top of all things financial. My service engages me on many levels while rewarding me with continued growth and the satisfaction of being of service.” —Elliott

Lynn Latham (term ending 2019)

President Emeritus
Joe Flueckiger (term ending 2018)
“I am interested in supporting our spiritual community as a way of deepening my spiritual connection. I am committed to our future and hope that our work will deepen connections throughout our community and the wider world.”— Joe


At Large Members

Jack Dinsmore (term ending 2018)
“I am delighted to have the opportunity to serve the religious community I grew up in. I find great strength and comfort in Unitarian Universalism and in this congregation and I find the natural kindness of my fellow UUs a great inspiration.”— Jack

Carol Johnson (term ending 2018)
“The UUSA is filled with welcoming, thoughtful people who care deeply about serving our wider community.”—Carol

Darcy Dumont (term ending 2019)
“I’m a devoted member of the Green Sanctuary Committee of the UUSA and a new member of the Board. Thus, in addition to representing congregants in general, I hope to represent the interest of the society in ensuring that we make our decisions with reference to the Seventh Principle.”—Darcy

Fran Plumer (term ending 2019)

Emily Shankle (term ending 2019)