Our Leaders

The Young Adult Revival Network is here to create leaders and make dreams come true. Our goal is to make YARN a place where people can realize their potential as leaders in our Unitarian Universalist community. Want to learn how to create and run a ministry? Join our ministry team! Are you a good fundraiser? Join our finance team! Have an expertise that doesn’t fit into our existing structures? Send us an email and we’ll find a way to contribute that works for you!


WE TAKE HELP from anyone over the age of 18. Adults older than 39 are welcome but we do screen candidates who can work well with and empower young adult leadership.

 

To join YARN Leadership please send an email to yarn@uusf.org
or schedule a meeting with our coordinator, Joe Chapot

 

Joe Chapot
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YARN Project Coordiantor

Roddy Biggs
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Chaplain

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Lecretia Williams
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 Organizational Development

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Countering Oppressions Program Coordinator

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Danielle Webber
 
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Resource Development

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May Killorin 
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Small Group Ministries Coordinator

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Kamila Jacob
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BIPOC Ministries and Worship Coordinator

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Kate Longabaugh
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Fundraising Coordinator 

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Sam King
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Member of the Worship Team

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Emily Garrick
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Fundraising and Leadership

Yvonne Marcoux
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Small Group Ministries Coridnator

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Olivia Dodge
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Small Group Ministries Coridnator

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YOU
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Future YARN Leader

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Wall of Heros

There are many people who make YARN happen, from paid staff to committed lay leaders, numerous volunteers and an unknown number of participants and spectators. Thank you to everyone who makes this project possible. We especially want to acknowledge those who have made major contributions to YARN and have since stepped back from leadership. Below is our Wall of Heros.

 

Beth Ann Kopay - Developed and ran our first communications campaign and was a major contributor to CONline, our online conference program. Beth can still be found contributing to our worship program.

 

Ivy Breivogel - Who helped develop and eventually ran our CONline program.