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Administration

Office of the President

As elected chief executive officer, the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) President, the Reverend Peter Morales, is accountable to the congregations of the Association and works closely with the UUA Board of Trustees in setting policies and establishing programs. He is the chief spokesperson for the UUA.

The Chief Operating Officer, Harlan Limpert (coo @ uua.org), is responsible, under the supervision of the President, for the day-to-day management of the Association. He supervises all UUA senior staff, coordinates the work of the UUA legal counsel, is responsible for personnel matters in conjunction with the Director of Human Resources, and acts on the Association's behalf in the President's absence.

For questions concerning the incorporation of congregations, 501(c)(3) and tax or legal related matters, please contact the office of the Chief Operating Officer at administration @ uua.org.

A Registry of Conscientious Objectors is maintained by the Association for recording voluntary written statements of conscientious objection to war by members of Unitarian Universalist congregations; for more information, contact the office of the Chief Operating Officer at administration @ uua.org.

Administration

Office of the President

Peter Morales
President
(617) 948-4301
petermorales @ uua.org

Harlan Limpert
Chief Operating Officer
(952) 903-0707
hlimpert @ uua.org

Dea Brayden
Special Assistant to the President
(617) 948-4302
dbrayden @ uua.org

Stephanie Carey Maron
Executive Assistant for the Office of the President
(617) 948-4303
scarey @ uua.org

For more information contact administration @ uua.org.

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Last updated on Monday, July 15, 2013.

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