The Nominating Committee is particularly interested in identifying qualified
candidates who also have connections to, and understanding of, ethnic
communities other than those of European descent, youth and young adults, and
people with disabilities. The committee does not believe that one must
personally be a member of a particular group in order to have developed such
cultural competencies. Work and volunteer experience, marriage, travel, and
study are examples of avenues through which people can develop cultural
competencies and sensitivities outside of their own ethnic, age or cultural
The Nominating Committee also strives to create working groups that include
the participation of both women and men, and which represent people from a
variety of geographies, and sexual orientations.
Those seeking our nomination should already have demonstrated their
leadership skills in their local congregation, district, UUA, theological
school, and/or other affiliated UU organization.
For more information contact web @ uua.org.
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Last updated on Friday, July 22, 2011.
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