The Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray was elected president of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) in June 2017. Rev. Frederick-Gray is the first woman elected to serve as UUA president. She will serve a single six-year term.
Rev. Frederick-Gray previously served as the minister of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Phoenix in Phoenix, Arizona. During that time, she led the Unitarian Universalist response to Arizona’s anti-immigrant laws in 2010. She was a leader of the UU Arizona Immigration Ministry and a key organizer of the 2012 UUA Justice General Assembly in Phoenix. From this experience, Rev. Frederick-Gray brings a vision of a spiritually vital, mission-focused UUA that is grounded in partnership and organized to make an impact in the world.
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