Discussion with Sam Trumbore, Candidate for UUA Trustee
Wednesday June 9, 7-8PM
This year there is a contested election between Sam Trumbore and Jay Kiskel for a position on the UUA Board of Trustees.
Jay Kiskel already held a Zoom forum for BBUUC on May 19 and the UUA hosted a forum for both candidates on June 1. This is your opportunity to have a dialogue with Sam Trumbore about his position on issues relevant to the future direction of the UUA, including his approach to anti-racism and anti-oppression.
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Sam Trumbore is a leader who appreciates the best of our heritage, recognizes and responds to today’s challenges, and builds inclusion by adapting to our differences.
He is a lifelong Unitarian Universalist, ordained as a minister in 1992, who has served the Albany UU congregation since 1999. A graduate of Pacific Central District Leadership School and Starr King School for the Ministry in 1989, Sam values a systems approach to organizational development. He has served as President of two UU Minister Association chapters, a Gamaliel three-county congregationally-based community organizing project, the Unitarian Universalist Buddhist Fellowship, and chaired two UUA Committees.
Major religious traditions are facing strong headwinds. We cannot go back to old ways. This is a time of deep discernment of who we are called to become. This is a time that will demand visionary change. Sam is ready to help guide us to find our new path.
Visit Sam’s candidate website for more information.