Mr. Barb Greve is co-moderator of the Unitarian Universalist Association, serving alongside Elandria Williams. Greve was appointed by the Board of Trustees on August 1, 2017, to serve in the bylaw-defined role of moderator until a special election is held at the 2018 General Assembly. At the same time, the board named Williams co-moderator and stipulated that Greve and Williams would serve together and share responsibilities as co-moderators.
A Master-level credentialed religious educator, Greve has served for the past twenty years as an intentional interim director of lifespan religious education, a professional youth advisor, and a member of the UUA staff. He received his Master of Divinity from Starr King School for the Ministry in 2007 and for the last three years served as the chair of the school’s Board of Trustees. He is one of the cofounders of TRUUsT (Transgender Religious Unitarian Universalists Together) and a tri-founder of the Guild of Interim Religious Educators. Raised in the First Parish in Framingham, Massachusetts, where he maintains his membership, Greve loves committee and board meetings, believing that doing the “business” of our faith is important.
Greve is a transgender guy, grateful for the life-saving loving acceptance that our faith has provided throughout his life.