SUUSI is governed by a Board of Trustees. It is the Board’s responsibility to safeguard SUUSI’s financial health, and to plan for SUUSI’s future, and to make policies ensuring that SUUSI fulfills its mission. Members of the Board serve three-year terms. Each year at SUUSI, one adult Board representative is elected by the adult participants of SUUSI, and one teen Board representative is elected by participants aged 6-17. Two other adult representatives are appointed each year by the Board.
The current Board of Trustees:
Wilson Farrell, President [email protected]
Paul Langrock, Vice President [email protected]
Derrick Peavy, Treasurer [email protected]
Maggie Kramer, Secretary and Junior Youth Rep [email protected]
Marina De Moraes, Senior Youth Rep [email protected]
Jay Camp [email protected]
Kim Breivogel [email protected]
Kimi Riegel [email protected]
Angel Wall [email protected]
Karen Gonzalez [email protected]
Kimber Dudley [email protected]
Elizabeth Cameron [email protected]
Amy Davis, Director (ex-officio) [email protected]
Jennifer Sanders, Director Emeritus (ex-officio) [email protected]
The bylaws and policies which govern SUUSI are linked below.
SUUSI Policy 2018-01-27 (PDF)
SUUSI Bylaws 2015-07-18 (PDF)
Joining the Board of Trustees
If you’d like to give back to our beloved SUUSI community throughout the year, consider serving on the Board. Two adults are appointed by the Board of Trustees, and one adult and one teen are elected at each SUUSI.
Nominations must be submitted to [email protected] by noon on Tuesday, July 16th, 2019. Nominees must also submit a candidate introduction to the SUUSI NUUS ([email protected]) by 1pm the same day. Consider attending Workshop #292 (Monday 2-3pm, July 15, 2019) to learn more about service on the SUUSI Board or serving as a staff member.
- You may nominate yourself or someone else. If you nominate someone else, make sure they agree to serve.
- Adult candidates must have attended at least three full SUUSIs in the last five years, and Youth candidates must have attended two of the last three full SUUSIs. (The present one doesn’t count.)
- At the time of the election, Youth candidates must be between 15-17 years old and Adult candidates must be at least 18 years old.
- Board members must affirm the Seven Principles of the UUA and the religious purpose of SUUSI.
The SUUSI Foundation
The SUUSI Foundation, Inc. is a 501c3 non profit established by the SUUSI board for the preservation of SUUSI. The SUUSI Foundation is a supporting organization of SUUSI and is the fundraising organization for SUUSI, SUUSIships and the SUUSI Endowment. Visit the SUUSI Foundation’s website for more information about current and upcoming campaigns.